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Qubits Wanted, Dead And Alive: Error Correction In Quantum Computing

Bwog Science was active yesterday – while new writer Riya covered a film about autism, EIC Betsy Ladyzhets went to a visiting Yale professor’s talk on quantum computing. She has little knowledge of both quantum physics and computing, but was still inspired by Prof. Steven Girvin’s self-described miraculous solution to the problem of quantum computing error. […]

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Two Yale Professors Are Coming To Columbia Next Fall

Yesterday, we were tipped a link to a story in the Yale Daily News about George Chauncey and Ronald Gregg, two Yale professors who will be moving to New York City next fall. Chauncey is a history professor specializing in 20th century American gay and lesbian history, and Gregg, his husband, is a professor of American […]

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Men’s Basketball Isn’t Taking Any Crap

Something’s got to give in the Ivy League. This weekend, Columbia said, “not us.” Another week of Ivy basketball has passed, and the top three teams have refused to cede any ground. Columbia, Yale, and Princeton all went 2-0. The Lions, unstable after dropping their first home game last week, bounced back in the strongest […]

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