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Quantum Computing with Molecules
By taking advantage of nuclear magnetic resonance, scientists can coax the molecules in some ordinary liquids to serve as an extraordinary type of computer. By Neil Gershenfeld and Isaac L. Chuang

The Editors Recommend

A review of Neil Gershenfeld's 1999 book, When Things Start to Think.

Machine Chic

The Poma wearable computer is flashy but not very functional. A review of the most personal PDA on the market. By Mark Alpert. August 2002.

Interview with Tod Machover

The composer from MIT's Media Lab discusses his Brain Opera.

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