DOE Announces $218 Million for 85 Research Awards in Quantum Information Science

( The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced $218 million in funding for 85 research awards in the field of quantum information science (QIS).
The awards were granted to scientists at 28 institutions of higher learning across...

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D-Wave Focuses on Making Quantum Computing Practical & Accessible

(TechCrunch) D-Wave's Orion quantum computer, which launched in 2007, was used to classify drug molecules and play Sodoku. The business now sells computers for up to $10 million to clients like Google, Microsoft and Northrop Grumman. Today, the...

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Quantum Proofing the Internet Will Be An Expensive & Protracted Process

( Quantum-proofing the internet is shaping up to be an expensive, protracted and probably incomplete job. Major companies that control much of the internet’s pipework are already beginning to run quanatum-proofing tests of their own....

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Quantum Economic Development Consortium Created to Move U.S. Research Forward

(FCW) Carl Williams, the deputy director of NIST's Physical Measurement Laboratory, recently outlined the goals of the Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QEDC) consortium that is tasked with supporting the development of a quantum computing...

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Volkswagen Planning Traffic Management Thru Quantum Computing System

(Engadget) Volkswagen plans to tap the power of quantum computing to develop a traffic management system that can better process transport information and improve the performance of fleet services like taxis and public buses. Volkswagen believes the...

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Australian Scientists Announce Breakthrough in New Pathway for Quantum Technology

( Scientists in Australia have announced an experimental breakthrough that protects correlated photons (packets of light energy) from losing information encoded in them. Researchers believe it could open the door to building a new type of...

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Canadian Researchers Develop Way to Build Quantum Memories

( Physicists at the University of Alberta in Canada have developed a new way to build quantum memories, a method for storing delicate quantum information encoded into pulses of light. Quantum memories are an important component of quantum...

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Google Calls on NASA to Help Prove Quantum Supremacy

(TechnologyReview) Google has entered into an agreement with NASA to help it prove quantum supremacy within a matter of months according to MIT Technology Review. Quantum supremacy is the concept that a sufficiently powerful quantum computer will be...

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EU Announces First 20 Funded Projects for Quantum Technologies Flagship Program

( The European Union has announced the first 20 projects to receive funding under its Quantum Technologies Flagship program. Click here for a complete list and brief description of each of those projects.
These 20 project will be...

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Gyroscopes, Pulsars, and the Power of Spin

(WallStreetJournal) Frank Wilczek is a practicing quantum mechanic today. In this editorial/book review, he discusses insights he gained from the book “Spinning Tops and Gyroscopic Motion” that was written by the Irish engineer and mathematician...

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