The UK National Quantum Technologies Programme is a £270m UK Government investment over five years, aimed at accelerating the translation of quantum technologies into the marketplace, boosting British business and making a real difference to our everyday lives.
Researchers at King’s College London have developed a series of nano-structured materials that rapidly change the polarisation of light faster than electronic methods currently allow
CST Global, a UK-based semiconductor foundry, has received a UK government grant of £202,056 to develop a single mode vertical cavity surface emitting laser as part of a project producing commercial miniature atomic clocks
Quantum dot-equipped LCD television displays are set to capture the majority of the wide colour gamut television market, consultancy firm Yole Developpement has reported
The UK’s first industrial quantum gravimeter, a gravity-measuring device that detects and measures atomic interference, has been demonstrated as part ‘Anagram’, a collaborative UK-based quantum technology project
Greg Blackman reports from Laser World of Photonics in Munich in June where quantum technology was a big talking point
As part of a national initiative highlighting the importance of quantum technologies for economy and science in Germany, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is funding a project aiming to develop a portable optical single ion clock within three years
Researchers in Canada have demonstrated the first quantum key distribution transmissions from a ground transmitter to a quantum payload on a moving aircraft