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German government allocates 650 million euros for Quantum Technologies

Published on September 28th, 2018
Wellenfunktion Serie. Kreative Anordnung der farbigen Sinus-Schwingungen, Licht und Fraktale Elemente als Begriff Metapher Thema sound-Equalizer einzustellen, Musik-Spektrum und Quanten-Wahrscheinlichkeit

For Germany, the development of quantum technologies is of utmost importance in terms of research, economic and security policy. For this reason, the Federal Government will politically accompany and shape the transition from largely scientifically driven research into quantum physics to applications of quantum technologies.

 

 

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