IOP Physics World: "Graphene quantum dots split Cooper pairs"
Research on graphene shows essential advancement to enable the development of new quantum information concepts.
Recent recearch of the physicists of Aalto University in Finland and Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics in Russia introduce promising results of graphene as a resource for quantum information processing.
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Matias Palva, Professor of Brain Signal Analytics, studies the mechanisms of the human mind and brain diseasesUnderstanding the brain mechanisms behind the diseases is important when developing targeted treatments
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