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Introduction to Quantum physics

Quantum physics seems weird at first - things can be at more than one place at the same time, observation changes the observed object, nothing can be predicted with certainty.

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Q-Techs in a nutshell

Discover Quantum Technologies, learn more about the project and engage with the Quantum Technology Community.

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  • Did you know?

    Transistors on computer chips measure only 70 atoms

    Rather than avoiding them as is done conventionally, quantum computing embraces quantum effects.

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    >2% of global CO2 emissions come from making fertilizer

    Quantum simulations are aiming at being able to model a much less energy-intensive process, hoping to cut these emissions.

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    Quantum sensing is needed to measure small signals ...

    ... from big things, such as the gravity waves, which are shaking a piece of matter by less than the diameter of an atomic nucleus.

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