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Quantum Europe

Europe’s drive to create wealth from Quantum Technology

The focus of the EU’s €1b Quantum Flagship programme is not basic science, nor is it simply about bringing new technologies to market. The end-goal is driving wealth creation, jobs and societal benefits in Europe. This requires kick-starting the competitive position of European industry in this sector and making Europe the region of choice for…

UK Flag

Quantum Technology for a Global Britain?

The UK Quantum Showcase demonstrates why others around the world are seeking to copy the UK’s quantum technology approach. It’s little surprise that the UK government is providing additional funding of £315m over the next 5 years. The 2018 UK National Quantum Technology Showcase took place in the prestigious QEII conference centre overlooking London’s Parliament…

Quantum computing race

Qubit technology: global field microwave trapped ions

Are quantum majors Google, IBM, Intel and Alibaba backing the right technologies for the long term? Quantum majors Google, IBM, Intel and Alibaba, together with startup Rigetti have so far focussed on building quantum devices based on superconducting qubits. Many expect that quantum supremacy will soon be demonstrated based on such a device. But how…

Enhanced Quantum Sensing and Imaging

Introduction to Enhanced Quantum Sensing and Imaging

Quantum technologies are unlocking a new generation of measurement, sensing and imaging devices of unprecedented precision and capability. The ability to routinely manipulate matter at the atomic level, tailor high performance laser systems and detect individual photons of light unlocks a wealth of possibilities. The very fine quantum interference effects that become manifest in these…

The Second Quantum Revolution - Actions for Business

The Second Quantum Revolution – Actions for Business

A new wave of technology is set to take the world beyond binary 1 and 0. The post-digital era will bring transformational opportunities in many areas of business. Forward looking companies need to act to seize the possibilities and avoid the risks of this new order.