1. New quantum random number generator achieves 2 Gbit/s speed

    By Ingrid Fadelli - Tech Xplore Editors' notes This article has been reviewed according to Science X's editorial process and policies . Editors have highlighted the following attributes while ensuring the content's credibility: fact-checked peer-reviewed publication trusted source proof
  2. DIU sees new portfolio deepening ties between labs, commercial firms

    By Courtney Albon The Defense Innovation Unit’s newest portfolio will forge deeper connections between the Pentagon’s science and technology community and the private sector firms developing cutting-edge capabilities in areas like quantum sensing, nanotechnology and microelectroni
  3. Australia bets on US startup that aims to build the first massive quantum computer

    By Reed Albergotti The News Silicon Valley startup PsiQuantum said Monday it secured $620 million from the Australian and Queensland governments to build the world’s first massive quantum computer there by the end of 2027. PsiQuantum says the investment makes it the most heavily-fun
  4. Light Brought 'To a Halt' in Quantum Breakthrough

    By Robyn White Scientists have achieved the impossible-sounding feat of bringing light to a standstill, in a breakthrough that could pave the way for new lasers and quantum light sources. The trick was achieved in a special kind of material known as a "photonic crystal", which has
  5. Taichi: A large-scale diffractive hybrid photonic AI chiplet

    By Tech Xplore Science (2024). DOI: 10.1126/science.adl1203"> A combined team of engineers from Tsinghua University and the Beijing National Research Center for Information Science and Technology, both in China, has developed a large-scale diffractive hybrid photonic AI chiplet for
  6. Ancient Rome, Modern Nano-Crystal Technology

    Incredibly cool but also scientifically and technologically amazing: Fragments of ancient #Roman artifacts have changed, rearranged, and transformed their molecular structure to develop photonic crystalline #nanostructures that have modern technological applications in things lik
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    #science #iansosborne #photonics stuff like this makes me wonder why i used my first degree for coding, something for which you dont need a degree at all. INTEGRATED PHOTONICS : Delivering light from chip to free space Photonic integrated circuits provide a platform for miniaturizi
  8. RowPress: Read Disturbance in Modern DRAM Chips

    In this paper, ETH Zürich researchers have demonstrated and experimentally analyzed RowPress, a widespread read-disturb phenomenon in modern DRAM chips in which keeping a row open for a long time physically disturbs nearby rows enough to cause bitflips. The experimental characteri
  9. Quasi-perfect on-chip arbitrary linear optical transformation using Silicon Photonics.

    In this paper, researchers have presented the first experimental demonstration of a perfect on-chip arbitrary linear optical transformation, through the implementation of 10000 arbitrary linear transformations in the photonic domain achieving a record-high fidelity of 99.997%±0.0