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April 15, 2019 Issue

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April 15, 2019 Cover

Volume 97, Issue 15

Scientists need to improve the basic elements of quantum circuits—qubits—to push their machines to the next level of quantum weirdness

Cover:Photo of Rigetti Computing quantum engineer Sabrina Hong.

Credit: Rigetti Computing

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To upgrade quantum computers, researchers look to materials science

Scientists need to improve the basic elements of quantum circuits—qubits—to push their machines to the next level of quantum weirdness

  • Chemical engineer Peter Spitz looks back on the heady early days of the petrochemical industry

    Scientific Design alumnus and management consultant recalls the shift from coal to oil and gas feedstocks

  • Career Ladder: Curtis Ho

    Organometallics lecturer uses his calling as a Buddhist monk to help calm the stresses of academic life

  • Will robots kill chemistry?

    Chemjobber examines how computers and automation are likely to shift chemists’ jobs

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Spectroscopy

Raman spectroscopy, now with Angstrom-level resolution

Imaging study yields atomic-resolution images of molecular vibrations

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