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Women of Quantum Technology: Maha Metawei of the Electronics Research Institute and Ain Shams University of Egypt

By Kenna Hughes-Castleberry posted 04 Jan 2023 A significant percentage of those participating in the quantum industry are...

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Quantum Computing Users Work Alongside Classical Supercomputers: An Interview with Travis Humble at Oak Ridge Lab

By Katie Elyce Jones, Editor, PillarQTravis Humble, director of the Quantum Computing User Program (QCUP) co-located with the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (credit:...

IBM partners with Algorithmiq to fine-tune quantum computers for drug discovery

By Dan O'Shea posted 17 Nov 2022 IBM has partnered with Finnish start-up Algorithmiq to embark on a...

News – Quantum Computing Report

Recent news items published within the last 6 months on quantum computing developments are listed below. Click on the hyperlinked item to go to...

IBM Quantum System Two will be ready to roll in late 2023

IBM’s modular, extensible Quantum System Two architecture, which the company first unveiled plans for in 2021, will be up and running in late 2023, and will be a core component of future “quantum-centric supercomputing,” the company said at last week’s IBM Quantum Summit. System Two previously has b...

This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through November 12)

CRISPR Cancer Trial Success Paves the Way for Personalized TreatmentsHeidi Ledford | Nature“A small clinical trial has shown that researchers can use CRISPR gene...

Would Elon Buy Shift4 to Get Jared Isaacman as CEO for Twitter ? $TWTR $TSLA $FOUR

Alexandra Merz proposed that Elon Musk is raising more cash to buy Shift4 to accelerate the move of Twitter into payments processing. Jared Isaacman is...

Tech’s greatest misread pandemic demand – now their workers paying the price

Analysis by Catherine Thorbecke, CNN Business In the early months of the pandemic, Facebook only grew bigger and more central to our lives. With lockdowns...

Guest opinion: Is US headed for a Doomsday driven by crime?

Editor’s note: Marshall Brain – futurist, inventor, NCSU professor, writer and creator of “How Stuff Works” is a contributor to WRAL TechWire.  Brain takes a serious as well...

An Antarctic Neutrino Telescope Has Detected a Signal From the Heart of a Nearby Active Galaxy

An enormous neutrino observatory buried deep in the Antarctic ice has discovered only the second extra-galactic source of the elusive particles ever found.In results...

Tiny bubbles boost alternative cancer therapy efficiency

Gas-liquid interfaces are reaching a particular interest in biomedicine. Microbubbles, ultrasound contrast agents of clinical routine, gained increasing attention as theranostic platforms due to...

Psychologists revealed some of the secrets of a hit song

Several studies show that a concept or object is more popular when it is easier to process. Research suggests wine bottle labels with pictures...

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