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Researchers have broken speed records for the building blocks of quantum computing, getting them ready to actually build the computers that could revolutionise the world.

Quantum computers could come to dwarf the processing power of today's conventional computers, by harnessing the strange effects of quantum physics. They could eventually allow for new techniques in everything from healthcare to physics, allowing work to be done at a speed almost inconceivable today.

But scientists are still working at the most foundational level of such technology, attempting to put together the building blocks. The new research drastically improves those building blocks: making the "logic gates" that will be used in those computers faster than they've ever been before.

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Category: Science