Jack Davies - Jan 20, 2023

Quantum sensors in space: measuring a warming world with cold atoms

Space-borne sensors serve a variety of purposes that are all but..

Andrew Fearnside - Dec 15, 2022

The state of quantum

Quantum chips are sparking into life. But what is this hardware going..

Andrew Fearnside - Dec 15, 2022

Quantum and the law

Mewburn Ellis speaks to Kaniah Konkoly-Thege, Chief Legal Officer and..

Jack Davies - Nov 30, 2022

David Deutsch – making more sense than common sense

“Our best theories are not only truer than common sense, they make..

Jack Davies - Sep 27, 2022

Post quantum cryptography – The Final Frontier

We have previously reported on the ongoing search by the National..

Andrew Fearnside - May 05, 2022

UK Government expands R&D Tax Relief to cover Quantum, AI and Robotics research

The recently published 2022 Spring Statement1 indicates support for a..

Andrew Fearnside - Mar 30, 2022

A trillion times more powerful: the race to produce the world's first quantum computer chip

Meet the British startup on the brink of winning the race to produce..

Andrew Fearnside - Nov 17, 2021

Venturing ahead: helping Munich make its name in quantum tech

Christopher Trummer, managing director of the TUM Venture Lab..

Andrew Fearnside - Aug 05, 2021

Quantum System One: is Europe ready?

With quantum start-ups now appearing across the globe and tech giants..

Andrew Fearnside - Jul 07, 2021

Creating qubits: Making progress with photonics

Forward spoke with Jelmer Renema of Dutch firm QuiX about why..

Andrew Fearnside - May 11, 2021

Creating qubits: a hot lead at ColdQuanta

Mark Saffman tells Forward why an atomic approach has all the..

Andrew Fearnside - Apr 15, 2021

Shock treatment: what’s behind the race to crack quantum?

As the UK begins work towards realising world-beating ambitions,..

Andrew Fearnside - Mar 29, 2021

PsiQuantum expect commercial quantum computer by 2025

By 2025, the team from secretive quantum computing firm PsiQuantum..

Andrew Fearnside - Nov 06, 2020

Britain launches largest industry-led project to commercialise the use of quantum computing

On 6 November 2020, Britain launched its largest industry-led quantum..

Andrew Fearnside - Sep 09, 2020

Post-quantum cryptography – a new hope

The race to build a large-scale quantum computer is one of the most..

Andrew Fearnside - Sep 08, 2020

Noisy quantum computing: overcoming quantum decoherence

Anticipated as the next great leap in human technology, quantum..

Andrew Fearnside - Aug 17, 2020

Quantum computing: Why qubits have consequences for IP

As part of our Thought Leaders series, Mewburn Ellis Senior Associate..