How a breakthrough in quantum computing could transform our clean energy future

Madeleine Cuff
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How a breakthrough in quantum computing could transform our clean energy future

Scientists have used Google's quantum computer to simulate a molecule for the first time - the first step towards unlocking a future powered by vitamin batteries and liquid solar fuels

Fifty years from now, we could be living in a solar-powered world. Rooftop solar could deliver energy instantly during the day, while flow batteries using organic molecules - from rhubarbs maybe, or vitamins...

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