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Startup’s Intent to Optimize Chemical Systems by Leveraging Quantum Computing

The creation of new materials is high on many people’s wish list. Could quantum computers help? Photo by Ryan Quintal on Unsplash The Alchemists What we wouldn’t give...

Bulgarian Startup’s Quantum-Resistant Encryption Algorithms Offer Hope For AI, Banking &...

As the rush to protect systems against the power of quantum computers approaches, startups are seeing where they can capitalize Photo by Hristo Sahatchiev on Unsplash Ready...

The Three Sisters of Physics, Biology & Chemistry to Revolutionize Quantum...

A North Carolina-based startup focused on QC could be ‘first in flight’ with a successful drug discovery model Photo by Boston Public Library on Unsplash The Pinnacle Two...

German Non-Profit Initiative Hopes to Push QC to New Heights

For quantum technologies to be the de rigueur technological modality, communities must evolve to educate the masses https://unsplash.com/@timmossholder Bastions Universities and higher-education establishments are still the bastions of...

Is this Danish Company the Most Promising Quantum Computing Startup in...

Carlsberg and its ubiquitous branding have done a lot for ‘Danmark’, the country with the oldest flag. But the peninsula is more than that....

The Convergence of Emerging Technology

Photo by Tim Marshall on Unsplash Pivot & Go To gain traction, to compete with those around us, is a calling card for today’s startups. With so many...

Quantum South: Uruguay’s First QC Startup

The lush pampas of the Southern Cone are more than just cattle and gauchos. Quantum has arrived. Enjoy Photo by Guilherme Roveda Hellwinkel on Unsplash Risk Aversion My interest...

The Quantum Gold Rush updated: 2020 biggest year yet for investment

The Quantum gold rush Last October, Nature released a fascinating article called Quantum gold rush: the private funding pouring into quantum start-ups. In short, this...

John Preskill joins Amazon to advance Quantum Computing

  John Preskill, one of the leading pioneers in Quantum Information Science, announced on Twitter that he will be working one day per week at...

Spokane Startup’s Target of Non-Deterministic Polynomial Problem Efficiency in Chemistry

One lady, based in Washington state, sees it as her mission to solve the ‘toughest problems in quantum science’ Photo by Karla Hernandez on Unsplash Sudoku Maven There’s always...