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Stories by David J. Wineland

Quantum Computing with Ions [Re-Post]

Researchers are taking the first steps toward building ultrapowerful computers that use individual atoms to perform calculations

August 1, 2008 — Christopher R. Monroe and David J. Wineland


Two or more atoms-stripped of their outer electrons, trapped by electromagnetic fields and cooled to temperatures near absolute zeroarray themselves in structures that behave like both liquids and solids

January 1, 1990 — David J. Wineland and John J. Bollinger
Stories by David J. Wineland

See the World from a Different Perspective

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