Future of Computing

Researchers have overcome a significant hurdle in quantum computing

Researchers around the world are working on quantum computing. Image: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration

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After years of research, they achieved an important breakthrough in the field of quantum computing Image: ETH Zurich / Daniel Winkler
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