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Episode 296: Looking into the future with quantum technology

Experts believe the advent of quantum technology will steadily improve our communication capabilities.

AZSCI Sep 23, 2021 phone Researchers say quantum technology could help protect the flow of digital information and even improve our phone camera images.
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Episode 296: Looking into the future with quantum technology

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University of Arizona Material Science and Engineering professor Zheshen Zhang

Experts believe the advent of quantum technology will steadily improve our communication capabilities. University of Arizona Material Science and Engineering professor Zheshen Zhang (ZUH-SHEN ZHAHNG) says it can protect the flow of digital information from hackers, and even make our cell phone camera images clearer.

Zheshen Zhang spoke with Leslie Tolbert, Ph. D. regent’s professor in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.

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