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Quantum computing breakthrough: Imperial scientist reveals latest findings

by Colin Smith ,24 October 2017

Dr Jonathan Breeze is from the Department of Materials at Imperial College London. He says his research breakthrough may help scientists overcome a major obstacle with quantum computers – the fact that they have to operate in conditions that are colder than deep space. 735 more words

Quantum Computing

Octoroon originality

An Octoroon (Queensland Theatre and Brisbane Festival)

The Greenhouse, Bille Brown Studio

September 15 – October 8

An octoroon is a person who has one-eighth black heritage. 642 more words

Brisbane

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Roster Preview: Center

For the second instalment of this series, we’re turning our attention to the center position. I’m going to include JS Dea in this, even though he hasn’t technically been re-signed yet. 886 more words

Penguins

Sansaku: The Obituary

from a series of posts by Colin on Best Slowly. Each posting is a walk, a sansaku, about 500 words long

6/7/16

Last night, Chyako and I sat down with Wendell’s family and we went to work on the obituary.   421 more words

Reflections

BOOK REVIEW: Heaven, How I Got Here: The Story of the Thief on the Cross by Colin S. Smith

BOOK REVIEW:  Heaven, How I Got Here: The Story of the Thief on the Cross by Colin S. Smith. Christian Focus Publications. 96 pages. 2015… 570 more words

Book Reviews And News

Executive Director Colin Smith reflects on 8-year tenure at Change for Kids

You have been the Executive Director at Change for Kids since 2009. What was your first year like?

Tough, but surprisingly fun. Raising money in 2009, during the heart of the Great Recession, was difficult to say the least. 847 more words

Change For Kids

Ready for Our Next Great Leader

Today, we announce an exciting new chapter in the Change for Kids journey. After an incredible eight­-year tenure, our Executive Director, Colin Smith, has decided to hand over the reins of Change for Kids this summer. 303 more words

Change For Kids