The National Quantum Strategy, which was released in March 2023, pledges an additional £2.5 billion to the development of quantum technologies in the UK over a ten-year period beginning in 2024. The program's goal is to attract at least an additional £1 billion in private investment.
Mass Spectrometry with Ion Trap Quantum Sensors
By Ilamaran Sivarajah
How Cryogenics is Unlocking Quantum Computing
By Owais Ali
What to Know About Photonic Quantum Computers
Outlining The UK's National Quantum Strategy
Modified Newtonian Dynamics and the Search for a Ninth Planet
By Skyla Baily
Orca Computing's Role in the Quantum Ecosystem
By Reginald Davey
A Possible Keplerian Disk Discovered Around a Young Star
Large-Scale Entanglement in Quantum Simulation
Study Reveals Key Differences Between Up and Down Quarks in Protons
Solving the Mystifying Spin Structure of the Nucleon
Media Advisory: ESA Emphasises Space-Based Solutions During COP28
Harnessing Rechargeable Energy from Schwarzschild Black Holes
The JWST Studies Star Formation in the Small Magellanic Cloud
By Robert Lea
The James Webb Space Telescope Investigates New Exoplanet Atmosphere
James Webb Captures its First Direct Image of an Exoplanet
Kate Brown and Harsh Mathur
In a new feature on AZoQuantum, we speak with Associate Professor Kate Brown and Theoretical Physicist Harsh Mathur about their research investigating Modified Newtonian Dynamics and its implications for the Ninth Planet theory.
Dr. Samuli Autti
In a new interview feature, AZoQuantum speaks with Dr. Samuli Autti about his new research investigating the tactile sensation of superfluid 3He.
In a new interview feature, AZoQuantum talks with Hannes Bernien from the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering about his research focusing on noise-reduction in quantum computers utilizing 'spectator qubits'.
LabOne Q is a new software framework that accelerates quantum computing progress on Zurich Instruments’ hardware. With LabOne Q, users can design complex quantum experiments with an intuitive, high-level programming language.
The ORCA-Quest qCMOS camera provides high-quality and low-noise imaging for a variety of needs and uses. This makes it the perfect choice for imaging needs in the wider quantum industry.