UAlberta physicists have developed a new technique for quantum memories, a crucial element for quantum communication. Full story from University of Alberta’s Faculty of Science News.
No sign of a summer slowdown for these graduate students, whose focus on future technology signals diversification of Alberta’s economy, now and into the next generation. Full story from University of Alberta’s Faculty of Science News.
Researchers from the University of Alberta hope the program will help put Alberta on the map as a scientific research hub. Full story from www.thespec.com.
Joint UAlberta-UCalgary program aims to produce scientists who can lead advances in information and communications technology. Full story from Folio.ca.
Positioning Canada as a leader in coming quantum nanotechnology revolution. Full story from University of Alberta’s Faculty of Science News.
Where will the next important research breakthrough come from? How will it revolutionize the way we live? It is impossible to predict. We can only be sure of where the journey begins: with a curious researcher testing and analyzing new, untried ideas and theories. Full story from Edmontonjournal.com.
UAlberta scientists have created a maple leaf 10,000 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair. Full story from University of Alberta’s Faculty of Science News.
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