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Waiting for the great quantum leap forward

Special to The Globe and Mail. With files from AP

Thursday, October 14, 2004, Page B12

It could revolutionize drug research and make the cryptographic codes used to protect today's most sensitive information seem as easy to solve as a child's crossword puzzle. For now, though, researchers just want to get quantum computing past the laboratory stage and -- at least in the private sector -- start making money from it.

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