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India, E.U. Sign Pact on Climate Modelling and Quantum Technologies 

India and the European Union (EU) on Monday signed an agreement on cooperation in areas such as climate modelling and quantum technologies, building on the Trade and Technology Council launched...

With Brexit Comes This: UK Faces Exclusion From Horizon Europe Calls in Quantum

The EU moved to exclude the UK from Horizon Europe calls on sensitive quantum projects in October due to doubts over the country’s willingness to provide EU researchers with reciprocal...

Put a Stamp on It! Quantum Technology Seen as Solution to U.S. Postal Service’s Inefficiency

Vishnu Parasuraman, the Federal Hybrid Cloud Transformation OpenShift Offering Lead and Practice Lead at IBM, told attendees at the Red Hat Government Symposium on Nov. 9 that some quantum computing...

Germany to Create Its First Quantum Computing Business Cloud

Germany's Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) has contracted software company QMWare and cloud specialist IONOS, together with the University of Stuttgart and the Fraunhofer FOKUS research institute,...

Quantum Collaborative Launched to Promote Understanding and to Forge Partnerships in Quantum Technology

Arizona State University has launched the Quantum Collaborative, a major 21st century initiative poised to profoundly impact society and the American economy with new discoveries and applications in advanced quantum technology....

Universal Quantum Grabs €67M to Build a Fully Scalable Trapped-Ion Quantum Computer

The German Aerospace Center (DLR) has commissioned Universal Quantum Deutschland GmbH, a subsidiary of British startup Universal Quantum, with building a fully scalable trapped ion quantum computer....