A UK entrepreneur made diamonds from nothing but air

A UK entrepreneur made diamonds from nothing but air

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Real diamonds leave open scars in the Earth and workers suffer to extract them, but these new diamonds are the ultimate in eco-friendly alternatives.   Love the Exponential Future? Join our XPotential Community, future proof yourself with courses from XPotential University, connect, watch a keynote, or browse my blog. Diamonds, it...

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Bespoke 45 carat lab grown diamond ring designed by Jony Ive sells at auction

Bespoke 45 carat lab grown diamond ring designed by Jony Ive sells at auction

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF We are moving from a world of scarcity to abundance, whether it’s energy, food, or even diamonds.   Interested in the Exponential Future? Join our XPotential Community, future proof yourself with courses from our XPotential Academy, connect, watch a keynote, or browse my blog. As if to prove that nothing is impossible...

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New diamond Quantum computer memory stores information for hours

New diamond Quantum computer memory stores information for hours

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF As the age of Quantum computers gets closer there’s still no way to store quantum information, and this breakthrough is just one step on a long road.   Storing information in a quantum memory system in a quantum computer is a difficult challenge, as the...

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Harder than diamond, the meteorite diamond that’s made in a lab

Harder than diamond, the meteorite diamond that’s made in a lab

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Scientists have managed to manufacture Lonsdaleite, an ultra-hard diamond found in meteorites, which could have implications for the mining and construction industries   Ever since Lonsdaleite was discovered inside fragments of the Canyon Diablo meteorite in 1967, the mysterious hexagonal diamond has divided the scientific...

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Scientists turn nuclear waste into diamond batteries that last forever

Scientists turn nuclear waste into diamond batteries that last forever

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Nuclear waste is normally buried beneath ground and left forever, this new breakthrough gives nuclear processing companies a new option and a new revenue stream.   Researchers at the University of Bristol have developed a method to turn radioactive graphite blocks, a waste product of...

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Scientists slam carbon out of diamonds to create the first quantum computing bridge

Scientists slam carbon out of diamonds to create the first quantum computing bridge

WHY THIS MATTERS New breakthrough paves the way for the first practical quantum computers.   Quantum computers are a reality but unlike the first traditional computers, which were large enough to fill a room, most of today’s quantum computers are very small with one, five, or even 16 qubits at their...

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