UNSW and the University of Sydney say a collaboration between them has opened the way for quantum computers in silicon to be developed at scale.
Researchers at the Australian National University have collaborated with their counterparts at the California Institute of Technology to come up with a way of combining silicon with another material known as perovskite to more efficiently convert sunlight into electricity.
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