(Scotsman.com) M Squared has launched a dedicated quantum research centre in the University of Strathclyde’s Inovo building in Glasgow City Innovation District.
M Squared claims the centre, which will host a team of 50, will be “instrumental” in helping the firm compete globally in the quantum tech market.
The facility will focus on innovations in the field of atomic-scale physics, including quantum sensors for measuring gravity and acceleration, quantum clocks and quantum computers.
Scottish finance secretary Derek Mackay, who officially launched the facility, said: “This centre builds on Scotland’s existing photonics capability and signals our intent to become a significant player in the development of quantum technologies that will benefit our economy.”

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