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New Machine Puts Quantum Computers’ Utility to the Test
27 Dec | IEEE SpectrumFull Text External Link Indicator
"Quantum boson sampling machine could show whether future quantum devices will really be faster than conventional computers"
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Profile: Hittite Solar Energy
27 Dec | IEEE SpectrumFull Text External Link Indicator
"In the face of cheap photovoltaics, a Turkish start-up is relaunching solar thermal power."
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Tiny structure gives big boost to solar power
23 Dec | News at PrincetonFull Text External Link Indicator
"Princeton researchers have found a simple and economical way to nearly triple the efficiency of organic solar cells, the cheap and flexible plastic devices that many scientists believe could be the future of solar power."
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A Quantum Dot First: Electron-Photon Entanglement
29 Nov | IEEE SpectrumFull Text External Link Indicator
"Two different teams have shown, for the first time, that it’s possible to create entangled pairs of photons and electrons using quantum dots. The advance could help pave the way to practical quantum communication networks, which promise to be far more secure than today’s telecommunication networks."
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Quantum Physicists Snatch Nobel Prize
11 Oct | IEEE SpectrumFull Text External Link Indicator
"David J. Wineland of the United States and Serge Haroche of France will be awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics “for ground-breaking experimental methods that enable measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems”."
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Physicists Build First Single-Atom Quantum Bit in Silicon
27 Sep | IEEE SpectrumFull Text External Link Indicator
"Experimental advance brings silicon-based quantum computers a step closer."
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Argument Over the Value of Solar Focuses on Spain
06 Sep | IEEE SpectrumFull Text External Link Indicator
"Analysts disagree on whether the energy returned from solar is worth the energy invested."
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Tapping the Power of 100 Suns
06 Sep | IEEE SpectrumFull Text External Link Indicator
"Concentrated solar power will keep future armies on the march.
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Solar Innovation to Support "Energiewende"
05 Sep | HeliatekFull Text External Link Indicator
"Dresden, Germany, August 21, 2012 – Federal Environment Minister Peter Altmaier, along with Saxony’s Prime Minister, Stanislaw Tillich, visited Heliatek GmbH in Dresden on August 17, 2012. Heliatek’s innovative products will support the energy transformation towards sustainability in new ways never thought possible before.

Heliatek manufactures energy harvesting components made of flexible solar films based on organic semiconductor materials. The company inaugurated its first production facility last March in Dresden in the presence of Prime Minister Tillich. The state-of-the-art manufacturing line is now up and running, with the plant carrying out the scheduled trial production. This visit emphasizes the German Government’s commitment to continue to provide extensive support for the research and development of environmentally friendly energy technologies."
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Super Metal Alloys Achieved with Design Tool for Stable Nanocrystals
30 Aug | IEEE SpectrumFull Text External Link Indicator
"It has been well understood that if you could decrease the size of the crystals that make up the structures of most metals, you would improve the mechanical properties of those metals, including their strength. However, finding a way to decrease crystal size and maintain that smaller size in the face of heat has proven difficult. Typically, the crystals want to grow larger if exposed to heat or stress.

Now, MIT researchers may have found a way to ensure that the crystals maintain their small size even in the presence of heat and stress, thus achieving the goal of creating stable nanocrystalline materials."


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