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Concept illustration depicts an integrated photonic quantum processor. Illustration by Lillian McKinney

Concept illustration depicting an integrated photonic quantum processor: Laser light coupled into the channels interacts with the rings (foreground) to create pairs of entangled photons (red). The entangled photons split and travel throughout the photonic circuit (background), which controls effective interactions between them, enabling optical quantum computations. Illustration by Lillian McKinney

An Award to Pursue Quantum Photonics

Galan Moody receives a new grant to develop a testbed for photonic-based quantum computing

NIkil Jayant

Nikil Jayant

Adjunct Professor Becomes a Fellow at National Academy of Inventors

Nikil Jayant’s contributions — including 36 patents — have enabled highly impactful technological advances.

Illustration depicting, from left, the unlinked polymer ink, application of infrared light to activate the crosslinks, and the final product, a super-soft, super-elastic crosslinked elastomer. Illustration by Isabelle Chabinyc

From left: the unlinked polymer ink, infrared light being applied to activate the crosslinks, and the final product — a super-soft, super-elastic crosslinked elastomer. Illustration by Isabelle Chabinyc

Using 3D Printing to Shape Super-soft Polymers

The labs of Michael Chabinyc and Christopher Bates develop a material that yields soft, elastic objects that feel like human tissue.

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