UCL joins forces with Google to launch £5.5m quantum computing partnership

Lee Bell
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Initiative aims to use the power of quantum systems for modeling and simulation apps

University College London (UCL) is joining forces with Google to launch a £5.5m partnership that aims to use the power of quantum computers for modelling and simulation applications. Called the ...

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