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Down to the Wire

PhD student Bent Weber has created the tiniest silicon conducting wire ever made, taking us a step closer to the creation of a practical quantum computer.

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The tiniest silicon conducting wire ever made takes us a step closer to the creation of a practical quantum computer. Developed by UNSW PhD student Bent Weber, the wire is 10,000 times thinner than a human hair.

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