Jun 3rd 2020

New report on Quantum Technologies published by the US Government Accountability Office

The US Goverment Accountability Office has published a new report on Quantum Technologies which examines the maturity of the technologies, possible advances they will enable and the challenges the technologies face going forward.
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Jun 1st 2020

Quantum City has joined Twitter!

Quantum City, a multi-partner public engagement initiative funded through the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme, has launched its Twitter feed with the handle @Quantum_City, as of 1 June 2020. The Quantum City Twitter feed aims to appeal to a wide range of audiences: from interested audiences with no technical background to science enthusiasts, and from teachers to young students, who want to find out more about quantum related career pathways. Look out for videos of fun demonstrations, blogs, educational materials and resources, interviews with quantum physicists, interesting reads, event listings & much, much more!

Apr 1st 2020

New White Paper Published by the National Cyber Security Centre

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has published a new white paper on quantum security technologies, which discusses both quantum key distribution (QKD) and quantum random number generators (QRNGs).
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Mar 31st 2020

Hub Director Prof Tim Spiller gives video address to Launch Phase 2.0 of the Quantum Communications Hub

Hub Director, Professor Tim Spiller has given a video address in lieu of the Launch Event for Phase 2.0 of the Quantum Communications Hub.
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Mar 27th 2020

New Report Published for the KTN Quantum Technologies Global Expert Mission to the USA

A report on the (Knowledge Transfer Network) KTN Quantum Technologies Global Expert Mission to the USA, in November 2019, has been published.

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Mar 24th 2020

Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics UK 2020

The Quantum Communications Hub was delighted to support the Conference for Undergraduate Women UK 2020 (CUWiP UK) between 12 and 15 March 2020, at the University of York. The conference was attended by over 100 undergraduate students, who identify as women, and had a schedule packed with interesting and inspiring activities.

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