Research from a team at the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland may point the way toward more sustainable and performant quantum computers. Tthe research team designed a vacuum-tube-like device that allows for cooling to happen in a purely electronic way - a possible road toward slashing cooling costs for dilution-refrigerated quantum computers by a factor of ten. In their experiments, the researchers found their design allowed for temperatures to drop by as much as 40%.

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