UK’s National Quantum Technologies Programme: Seeking to Translate Technical Gains into Commercial Opportunity
Authors: Bob Sorensen
Publication Date: September 2019
Length: 3 pages
The UK’s National Quantum Technologies Programme recently entered its second phase of funding, part of which will be a £94 million investment in its four Quantum Technologies Research Hubs tasked with research on quantum sensors, computing, imaging, and communications. The Programme is an integral part of the UK’s ultimate vision of creating a viable indigenous commercial capability in quantum-enabled products bound for the defense and security, oil and gas, finance, and healthcare sectors, to name a few. Close coordination and cooperation with key industrial partners will be critical to the overall success of this effort.
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