U.S. Office of Naval Research has added $460,000 to the Virginia Tech coffers which have received nearly $4M in U.S. Government grants for quantum information sciences. The $460K is slated to develop controlling techniques for quantum systems through atoms, molecules, and circuits. VT is also engaged in other studies in quantum technologies to include computing, communication, and quantum simulation. Silicon-based spin qubits, superconducting circuits, and single-molecule magnets are more specific examples being researched at VT. 

VT using government funding wisely in quantum research.

This report is found at VT VIRGINIA TECH NEWS…