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Quantum clusters

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Researchers at UNSW Australia have proposed a new way to distinguish between quantum bits that are placed only a few nanometres apart in a silicon chip, taking them a step closer to the construction of a large-scale quantum computer.

Brainfood Lecture: Prof Chris Turney - In the footsteps of Mawson

By UNSWTV

Professor Chris Turney, Australian Research Council (ARC) Laureate Fellow in Climate Change at UNSW, presents this Brainfood lecture on his findings from previous Antarctic expeditions, and announces details of a new expedition to mark the centenary of Sir Douglas Mawson's Antarctic expedition of 1913.

William Yang - Creating "My Generation"

By UNSWTV

World renowned photographer and UNSW visiting fellow William Yang speaks about the making of his first film, which is premiering at the Sydney Film Festival.

Tools of the trade - 3D Printer

By UNSWTV

Associate Professor Sami Kara from UNSW's School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering on the 3D printer, and why it could lead to a new manufacturing world of "desktop factories."

Smart Seeder

By UNSWTV

The Smart Seeder, an unmanned tractor and seeding machine developed by UNSW's Jay Katupitiya, will improve agricultural productivity for broad acre farmers and enable cropping on upwards of 20 per cent more land.

Towards a quantum internet

By UNSWTV

A UNSW-led team of Australian researchers has achieved a breakthrough that brings the prospect of a network of super-fast quantum computers - connected via a quantum internet --closer to reality.

Towards a quantum internet - CHINESE VERSION

By UNSWTV

A UNSW-led team of Australian researchers has achieved a breakthrough that brings the prospect of a network of super-fast quantum computers - connected via a quantum internet --closer to reality.

School of Chemical Engineering History Celebration

By UNSWTV

The School of Chemical Engineering at the University of New South Wales recently celebrated its history. This a highlight of that history.

The case against the CIA and torture.

By UNSWTV

UNSW Scientia Professor George Williams on the complicity of Australia and other countries in the CIA's torturing of 136 terror suspects since the attacks of September 11, 2001.



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