Quantum jump for computers

Quantum jump for computers the odds of building a computer based on atomic bytes have increased with two independent research groups in Europe and the us successfully pushing the boundaries of human control over the microscopic world.

In one of the two experiments, bizarre by normal standards, scientists with the us National Institute of Standards and Technology (nist) coaxed six beryllium ions (charged atoms) into spinning together in two opposite directions simultaneously; a so-called Schr