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The new Nobel laureates proved Einstein was not always right
Award shared for work to prove theory of entangled particles, an idea Einstein once dismissed as ‘spooky action’
Novo Nordisk Foundation to spend $200mn over seven years on superfast devices for biomedical research
Are the sceptics too sceptical?
The industry has yet to demonstrate any real utility, despite the fanfare, billions of VC dollars and three Spacs
The technology may still be in its early stages, but it is already delivering value
If quantum computing takes off, it will be able to break current encryption systems
What brought the FBI to arrest a Chinese-American scientist in the middle of the night?
Companies are jostling to be the first to find a practical application for quantum computers
To some potential customers this might just sound like fighting fire with fire
A clutch of impending IPOs marks a turning point for the technology
Proposed listing would value eight-year-old tech challenger at about $1.5bn
First company of its type to be publicly listed raises $635m after Spac merger
Efforts are under way to protect the world’s financial networks from a quantum attack. But some question if the threat to crypto assets is really as existential as feared.
Eric Schmidt urges co-operation in AI, chips, quantum computing and synthetic biology
The promise of exponential rises in processing power is attracting steady investment
If institutions could predict the future, if only for nanoseconds, it would be enough to sweep up
US bank and QC Ware looked into use of technology to price complex derivatives
UK readies Facebook probe, Stripe’s brothers in alms, Zygo’s underwater Solo
Confidence driven by manufacturing partnership with GlobalFoundries
Riverlane aiming to lead advances in cutting edge technology
After years of hostility to cryptocurrencies, central banks will permit them a limited role
Quantum computer is capable of performing calculations trillions of times faster than rivals, say scientists