ANNOTATED: How A UGA Physicist Builds On A Century Of Knowledge To Research The ‘Impossible’

Quantum computers have the power to make calculations that would take our current technology thousands of years to perform, but how are they made? Why are they important? And how does the language we use help our readers join in the conversation?

Science journalist Alaina O’Regan answers these questions and more as we discuss her article: “Quantum Computing 2.0: How A UGA Physicist Builds On A Century Of Knowledge To Research The ‘Impossible’”

Alex Anteau is a graduate student in the health and medical journalism program at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication.

 

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