To develop superfast quantum computers, scientists must first produce a large number of entangled particles – particles that remain connected even when they are far apart – to send information. Photo: Shutterstock
To develop superfast quantum computers, scientists must first produce a large number of entangled particles – particles that remain connected even when they are far apart – to send information. Photo: Shutterstock
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Chinese team produces quantum computing ingredients with record efficiency

  • New method could speed up research in technology for long-distance, attack-proof communications and conserve laboratory resources
  • Entangled photons are crucial for developing superfast quantum computers and communication devices

To develop superfast quantum computers, scientists must first produce a large number of entangled particles – particles that remain connected even when they are far apart – to send information. Photo: Shutterstock
To develop superfast quantum computers, scientists must first produce a large number of entangled particles – particles that remain connected even when they are far apart – to send information. Photo: Shutterstock
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