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Press Release 13-163
NSF funds Harvard-led Science and Technology Center for Integrated Quantum Materials

Research and education in this field promises breakthroughs in computing and electronics

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Illustration showing how quantum materials can store information written and read using light

A new NSF grant to the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences will advance the study of integrated quantum materials. One of the directions for the Center's research will involve nitrogen vacancy centers in diamond, which can store information written and read out using light, as shown in this research illustration courtesy of Marko Loncar, Harvard SEAS.

Credit: Marko Loncar, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences


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