New funding could help scientists unlock the quantum internet

Will help researchers build next-gen, ultra-secure networks for quantum computers

New funding could help scientists unlock the quantum internetOn Oct. 29, 1969, researchers at UCLA, with help from a computer the size of a cement truck, sent what would become the first message over the first incarnation of the “internet” to Stanford. The first two letters of the one-word message, LOGIN, made the cross-California trip before the fledgling system crashed. “Fifty years ago…

Don’t bury globalization, resurrect it

Globalization takes the blame for the world’s many economic and social failures. In fact, it's the mechanism that can improve life for everyone

Don’t bury globalization, resurrect itEconomic globalization faces a clear and present danger. The grumblings about the adverse consequences of globalization, the despair about not sharing in its economic benefits, and the disaffection with the global political and social tensions it has created are real. The cacophony of voices raised in anger against globalization have been getting louder every year.…

Can globalization sustain the economic tide that raises all ships?

Despite its status as an economic superpower, it is the U.S., under Donald Trump, that is shaping the narrative on the abuses of globalization

Can globalization sustain the economic tide that raises all ships?Modern globalization is creating a large number of discontents. Numerous countries feel they’ve been shortchanged over the economic benefits of globalization and free trade. This growing list includes many developing countries and, surprisingly, a few developed countries. One of the leading countries discontented with globalization is the United States. Despite its iconic status as an…