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The demonstration of entanglement between two neutral atoms would be a key step toward using them for quantum computation.

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Ion traps can store quantum information with long coherence times and support universal quantum computations.

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A system familiar in condensed matter—particles on a hexagonal lattice—could be a useful initial state for a one-way quantum computer.

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A rigorous estimate shows that an error correction code for a scalable quantum computer can accommodate error at the 0.1% level—about ten times more tolerant than most other methods.

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