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New Manufacturing technologies paving the way for Silicon or Solid-state quantum computing

Quantum bits, or qubits, are the basic building blocks of quantum computers, just as bits are that of modern computers. Researchers around the world have been exploring a range of different physical systems to act as qubits, including trapping and isolating ions by using electromagnetic fields, photons trapped in microwave …

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Quantum Thermometer can measure temperatures inside a quantum computer to living cell

The world, say many experts, is on the verge of a second quantum revolution. The most talked-about of such technologies is the quantum computer, a device in theory so powerful that it could crack the codes underlying internet security in just a few minutes. But full-scale quantum computers are still …

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Iron Man-like Jet Suit being tested for emergency response and special operations assault teams

Inventors have been for years divining ways for humans to release themselves from the shackles of gravity and fly like birds. Many companies including JetPack Aviation and a host of companies and inventors, are working on  machines intended to transport a single The suits have been making the rounds since …

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Australia facing cyber attacks by sophisticated state-based cyber actor, implementing Cyber Vision 2020, cyber security strategy, cyber science and technology plan

The exponential growth of information and communications technology (ICT) technology that includes Internet, telecommunications networks, computer systems, and embedded processors and controllers, has led to creation of Cyberspace, a global domain within ICT. The economic, social and strategic influence is exerted within, and through cyberspace domain, much like the land, …

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Gun-launched guided projectile (GLGP) or Hypervelocity projectile (HVP) to protect Surface Ships from large missile salvos by Russia and China

The US Navy is concerned about the survivability of Navy surface ships in potential combat situations against adversaries, such as China, that are armed with large numbers of missiles, including advanced models, and large numbers of UAV. In response, the Navy surface evolved a new organizing for the Navy’s surface …

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Navies developing new Propulsion technologies for High Speed and longer range torpedos

Torpedoes are self-propelled guided projectiles that operate underwater and are designed to detonate on contact or in proximity to a target. For the U.S. Navy, the modern torpedo enables submarines to defeat surface and undersea threats and gives surface ships and aircraft the means to reach beneath the surface and …

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Threat of GPS Jamming and Navigation Warfare is driving Countries for development of Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing technologies

Systems like GPS, Russia’s GLONASS, China’s BeiDou, and Europe’s Galileo systems  are  Global Satellite Navigation Systems (GNSS) that provides real-time positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) data. The worldwide Global Positioning System (GPS), created in the late 1980s, has evolved to become an essential part of life for nearly every person on …

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Challenges of exascale to zettascale computing and technology breakthroughs enabling them

Science’s computing needs are growing exponentially. The next big leap in scientific computing is the race to exascale capability which computes one thousand petaflops per second that is capable of performing 1 million trillion floating-point operations per second (1 exaflops). Currently the fastest systems in the world perform between ten and …

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New Records in High Temperature or Room-Temperature Superconductors (HTS) enabled by new materials and technologies

In 1911, a Dutch scientist discovered a class of materials named Superconductors which, at temperatures near absolute zero, could conduct electricity with no resistance and therefore zero loss of power. Conventional superconductors consist of simple metals, such as niobium, lead, or mercury, which become superconducting when cooled to below a characteristic …

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Global race to develop Exascale Supercomputers, the key to scientific revolutions to military and strategic superiority

Science’s computing needs are growing exponentially. The next big leap in scientific computing is the race to exascale capability which computes one thousand petaflops per second that is capable of performing 1 million trillion floating-point operations per second (1 exaflops). Currently the fastest systems in the world perform between ten and …

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