Sony Innovation Fund has become the latest high-profile investor to back Quantum Motion, a UK-based quantum computing scale-up founded by Professor John Morton, University College London (UCL), and Professor Simon Benjamin, Oxford University.
Quantum dots (QDs) display excitonic capabilities with adjustable absorption and emission features for contemporary photonics as a result of the size-dependent quantum confinement effects.
Space technology company ALE today announced its long-term goal to revolutionize space technology and climate science, with a Web3-mediated decentralized science (DeSci) approach to earth data collection, analysis, space science and more open, collaborative business models.
The Tech Council of Australia (TCA) welcomes the Australian Government’s National Quantum Strategy (the strategy) released today by the Hon. Ed Husic MP, Minister for Industry and Science.
European spin-off companies unveiled new systems at this year's Mobile World Congress, which are set to make mobile and data centre communication ‘unhackable’.
Heavy metal-free quantum dots (QDs) that power exciting consumer technologies could soon be available at scale after UK-headquartered nanomaterials developer Quantum Science secured a government funding award.
Thales, as a worldwide cybersecurity leader, has created the first real-world application of Post Quantum Cryptography (PQC) in its flagship secure ‘Cryptosmart’ mobile app, leveraging 5G SIM for PQC.
New estimates have denoted that quantum dots with finely-tuned spherical defects can display sophisticated “nonlinear” optical properties.
NGK INSULATORS, LTD. delivered NAS batteries that have started operation at the Misasa Deep Space Station of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency.
Researchers demonstrated high-visibility quantum interference between two independent semiconductor quantum dots — an important step toward scalable quantum networks.