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Ireland Launches First Quantum Tech Engineering Centre at Tyndall

Ireland will be home to a multi-million-euro quantum center with 900 square meters of research space and 45 new jobs dedicated to quantum research...

KTH Research Paper Possible Step Forward In The Development of Integrated Chips: “Can Generate Light Particles On Demand Without The Need For Extreme Refrigeration”

Image by Gordon Johnson from Pixabay KTH Royal Institute of Technology In order to realize the potential for a quantum internet, scientists must first master the challenge...

Intel and Qutech Researchers Make Advance Toward Clearing up Critical Quantum Bottleneck

A research team led by Intel and Qutech scientists demonstrated high-fidelity two-qubit control with a qubit control processor. The team, which reported their findings...

16 Companies Developing Quantum Algorithms

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay A Background To Quantum Algorithms It is generally regarded that 1981 was the year quantum computing first appeared to the world....

Germany Outlines €2 Billion Investment in Quantum Computing, Related Tech

Germany will add about 2 billion euros, or $2.4 billion U.S., to support the country's quantum computing industry, Reuters is reporting. The news appears to...

Chinese Research Team Designs, Builds 62-Qubit Superconducting Quantum Computer

A team of Chinese scientists have developed a quantum superconducting computer with reportedly the world's largest number of superconducting qubits, according to a paper...

10 Companies Providing Full-Stack Quantum Solutions

Spread Across The Globe For most startups participating in the quantum computing (QC) ecosystem, the best way to compete commercially is to develop novel software, start...

Tampere University Researchers: “Crucial Next Step For Applying Structured Photons To Various Quantum Metrological & Informational Tasks

Image by ParallelVision from Pixabay Sure Boost For Quantum Tech Two researchers at Tampere University, Finland, have been successful in demonstrating how two interfering photons can bunch into...

John Martinis Awarded the Seventh Bell Prize

The seventh biennial John Stewart Bell Prize for Research on Fundamental Issues in Quantum Mechanics and Their Applications is awarded to John Martinis (professor...

Raytheon BBN Technologies Takes Steps Toward Solving Quantum’s ‘Noise Problem’

Scientists at Raytheon BBN Technologies have reported a new way to detect a single photon, or particle of light – a development with big...
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