Denmark's Ministry of Higher Education and Science has offered an 11.2 million kroner (£1.3 million) grant to scientists to examine the building blocks of the universe. The money will primarily be utilised...
Dr Andrew Fearnside, senior associate attorney specialising in quantum technology at patent law firm Mewburn Ellis LLP, outlines the latest investments in quantum computing, explains how it all works and why we should be excited
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