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A recent study examined a novel technique for managing individual qubits, the quantum computing equivalent of a bit in classical computing, by dividing laser beams, and it was just published in Quantum Science and Technology. Four beams are formed as a result of this separation, each of which is focused on a qubit and spaced four microns apart, or four hundredths of a human hair, apart. This new and unparalleled study was conducted by researchers in the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) and Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Waterloo and holds the potential to be an enormous step in advancing the field of quantum computing.

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