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As a key technology in achieving the next generation of communications and computing technologies, quantum entanglement has been a topic of interest in the scientific community - with the latest efforts detailing how to achieve it through the application of heat.

An international team of researchers from Finland, China, Russia, and the USA - led by Aalto University members - demonstrated the use of temperature difference as a method for entangling pairs of electrons across superconducting materials. Scientists are now a step closer to advancing quantum devices with the new discovery, creating a new method for achieving entanglement. Details of their work are published in the journal Nature Communications, January 8.

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