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Chicago-area researchers study quantum computing
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4 November 2018
On 4 November 2018 The Associated Press reported:
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign researchers and Chicago-area scientists are working to create a communications network that can withstand hacking. he University of Illinois announced last month that it will be joining the Chicago Quantum Exchange in its effort to explore quantum technology, an emerging field of physics and engineering that involves studying matter and energy at a small scale. Experts believe work in the field could eliminate cybersecurity risks ...
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esearch will include sending particles of light back and forth on a 30-mile long, unused network of high-speed optical fiber that runs between the laboratories in the Chicago suburbs, Argonne in Lemont, and Fermi in Batavia [Illinois]. The quantum communication link will be used to test technology that can be the basis for an un-hackable network, officials said. The connection can allow communication between two objects without moving them.
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