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The Quantum Communications Hub project

The Quantum Communications Hub is a major collaboration of UK researchers, industrial partners and public sector bodies working together to exploit fundamental laws of quantum physics for the development and translation of secure communications technologies and services into mainstream technological applications for national benefit.

About the Hub

Find out more about the project background.

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Why quantum?

Learn more about the need for quantum secure communications technologies.

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Applications

Explore what quantum technologies could mean for our everyday lives.

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The Partnership

Find out more about the partners supporting our work.

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Quantum City

Learn more about our outreach and imagine living in a quantum city!

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Quantum in Schools

Discover more about how we engage with schools.

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News

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Events

Take part in our upcoming events.

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Blog

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Resources

Learn more about our work through a variety of resources.

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Contact Us

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Our upcoming events

Event

9 June 2022

Careers in Quantum 2022

Careers in Quantum is a free Bristol-based event that brings together experts from academia and industry to inform students, young professionals, and researchers on the scope and variety of careers in quantum. The event, which is hosted by the Quantum Engineering Center for Doctoral Training (QECDT), will take place on Thursday 9 June 2022, with applications […]

Event

16 June 2022 (08:30 - 09:00)

Assembly for Schools – Careers in Quantum Technologies: Measurement

Join The STEM Hub for the second assembly in a series on careers in quantum technologies. In this 30 minute assembly you can find out more about a variety of career opportunities available in quantum measurement and how exciting developments will affect your world. You will hear from three researchers from the National Physical Laboratory […]