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Quantum technology roadmap unveiled for the uk. by andrew wade 13th november 2015 12:02 am. 11th april 2017 12:27 pm. the uk national quantum technologies programme (uk nqtp) has laid out its plans to capitalise on the rapid advancements being made in the quantum sector. at a launch event at the royal society, the nqtp unveiled its roadmap for. The uk quantum technologies programme aims to tackle the key technological challenges that must be overcome to realise the promise of the new generation of quantum technologies. the programme is being delivered by epsrc and innovate uk in partnership with other stakeholders, including the defence science and technology laboratory (dstl), the. Ibm announced its new 127 quantum bit (qubit) 'eagle' processor at the ibm quantum summit 2021, its annual event to showcase milestones in quantum hardware, software, and the growth of the quantum ecosystem. the 'eagle' processor is a breakthrough in tapping into the massive computing potential of devices based on quantum physics. This week’s video comes from the us where aurora flight sciences and stratasys have teamed up to build the world’s first jet powered, 3d printed aircraft. using 80% 3d printed parts, the uav is composed of stratasys’ ultem 9085 lightweight material to help achieve flight speeds of over 150mph. News editor the uk’s showcase event to attract overseas interest in innovation and new technology coincides with a report from a parliamentary committee calling for a commitment to increase science funding today marks the start of innovate 2015, which is described as the uk’s largest multi sector innovation event where some of the most cutting edge companies […].
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