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January 3rd, 2019

Boffins manage to keep graphene qubits 'quantum coherent' for all of 55... nanoseconds: Doesn't sound very long, but it could have big implications for quantum computing

Abstract:
Physicists have formed qubits quantum bits from graphene for the first time, according to research published in Nature Nanotechnology.

The applications of quantum computing are still a little handwavy at the moment, but it all boils down to the creation of qubits.

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