Lightwave valleytronics might be the key to quantum computing

Lightwave valleytronics might be the key to quantum computing

A major challenge in quantum computing has been designing a system that can operate at room temperature. Lightwave valleytronics, which uses intense lightwaves and the momentum of electrons to process logic, could be a solution. It starts with a 2-dimensional semiconductor — a single-atom-thick material that has unique conduction properties. In this type of semiconducting […]

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Injectable Computers

Injectable Computers

Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed a computer platform small enough to be injectable through a regular-sized syringe. Now they’ve added a radio strong enough to receive and transmit signals from devices outside the body. This could be a huge step towards early detection for irregular heartbeats or from monitoring glucose levels in […]

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