QUANTIZED COLUMNS
 

Why I Called It ‘Quantum Supremacy’

By  JOHN PRESKILL
Researchers finally seem to have a quantum computer that can outperform a classical computer. But what does that really mean?

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ABSTRACTIONS BLOG
 

Here's What You Need to Know About Quantum Supremacy

By  KEVIN HARTNETT 
Researchers are getting close to building a quantum computer that can perform tasks a classical computer can’t. Here’s what the milestone will mean.

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A New Law to Describe Quantum Computing’s Rise?

By  KEVIN HARTNETT 
Neven’s law states that quantum computers are improving at a “doubly exponential” rate. If it holds, quantum supremacy is around the corner.

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Your Brain Chooses What to Let You See

By  JORDANA CEPELEWICZ
Beneath our awareness, the brain lets certain kinds of stimuli automatically capture our attention by lowering the priority of the rest.

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NEUROSCIENCE
 

To Pay Attention, the Brain Uses Filters, Not a Spotlight

By  JORDANA CEPELEWICZ

EVOLUTION
 

Cell-Bacteria Mergers Offer Clues to How Organelles Evolved

By  VIVIANE CALLIER
Cells in symbiotic partnership, nested one within the other and functioning like organelles, can borrow from their host’s genes to complete their own metabolic pathways.

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EVOLUTION
 

Researchers Rethink the Ancestry of Complex Cells

By  CHRISTIE WILCOX

ECOLOGY
 

How Jurassic Plankton Stole Control of the Ocean’s Chemistry

By  CHRISTIE WILCOX
Only 170 million years ago, new plankton evolved. Their demand for carbon and calcium permanently transformed the seas as homes for life.

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Q&A(2018)
 

On Waste Plastics at Sea, She Finds Unique Microbial Multitudes

By  ELIZABETH SVOBODA

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