Quantum SCIENCE Quarters

Demoltion work on 60 Oxford StreetPhotograph by Jim Harrison

Interior demolition work proceeded during the summer at 60 Oxford Street, formerly a Harvard computer facility, as it is completely renovated into the new home for the quantum science and engineering doctoral program, approved in 2021 (see harvard.mag.com/quantum/phd-21). The interdisciplinary effort involves research and teaching (graduate and undergraduate) in quantum physics, materials science, photonics, computer science, chemistry, and related fields.

 

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