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This image shows one of Intel's Tunnel Falls chips on a human finger to display its scale. Silicon spin qubits are up to 1 million times smaller than other qubit types. The Tunnel Falls chip measures approximately 50-nanometers square, potentially allowing for faster scaling. (Source: Intel Corporation)

Intel’s new chip to advance silicon spin qubit research for quantum computing

Intel has announced the release of its newest quantum research chip, Tunnel Falls, a 12-qubit silicon chip, and it is making the chip available to the quantum research community. In addition, Intel is collaborating with the Laboratory for Physical Sciences (LPS) at the University of Maryland, College Park’s Qubit Collaboratory (LQC), a national-level Quantum Information Sciences (QIS) Research Center, to advance quantum computing research.

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With its fundamental research and practical work on a working demonstrator, the Zn-H2 project has the potential to be a breakthrough for a successful energy revolution. (Source: malp -

Zinc batteries: Leading ecological revolution with double efficiency and the ability to produce hydrogen

The renewable energy revolution wants to build a climate-friendly future for the world But the move away from fossil fuels will remain a challenge as long as efficient means to store green energy are still lacking. A German research consortium has set itself the ambitious goal to tackle exactly this problem with cheap-to-make zinc batteries that not only store electrical power, but can also be used to produce hydrogen.

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