World's largest coldest fridge to carry out quantum experiments is built by IBM.

Through Goldeneye project IBM has built the world's largest dilution refrigerators.

It is capable of cooling future generations of quantum experiments.

Scientists using the fridge cooled it to operating temperature ~25mK and wired a quantum processors inside during experiments.

These refrigerators use a mixture of helium (He-3) and helium 4 to cool a space volume to milli Kelvin regime.

This super fridge contains 1.7 cubic meters worth of experimental volume.

This project will feature all new constructions of the frame and cryostat the main, barrel shaped component responsible for the cooling.

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