Quantum Materials Manufacturing.

  title={Quantum Materials Manufacturing.},
  author={Nicholas R. Glavin and Pulickel M. Ajayan and Swastik Kar},
  journal={Advanced materials},
The quantum age is just around the corner. As quantum systems become more stable, robust, and mainstream, tackling the challenge of high-throughput manufacturing will require further developments in materials synthesis, characterization, assembly, and diagnostics. As the building blocks of future technologies scale down to atomic and molecular scales, a paradigm shift in manufacturing will begin to take shape. Inspired by a quantum manufacturing world that elevates the Materials Genome… 



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