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Quantum technology in Bristol and Bath

The Bristol and Bath region is a global centre of excellence for quantum technologies. As the host of the UK Technology Hub for Quantum Communications Technologies at the University of Bristol (see below) the region is developing a range of quantum technologies from sensors to security for communications systems in the Internet of Things and smart cities.

The University also hosts a world leading Quantum Photonics research group, and a Doctoral Centre for Quantum technologies that generates new startups every year. Stories on the local quantum startups are on TechSpark news hub below.

The world’s first quantum photonics chip was developed in the city and is now on show at the UK’s Science Museum. While super-cooled general purpose quantum computers are being developed, the room temperature quantum photonics technology, based on standard CMOS technology, can be used for a wide range of sensing and security applications.  

National and international companies have a number of ways to tap into the skill base in the region. The Quantum lab is keen to work with companies looking to use quantum technologies in future products. The Invest In Bristol and Bath (IBB) agency can help companies looking to seamlessly set up research and development groups in the region to tap into the local expertise and help with future expansion.

For more technology activity please contact Nick Flaherty. Companies looking at options to set up in Bristol and bath, or wanting to make use of the research please contact John Bradford for support in an introduction to IBB.


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Interview: Dr Caroline Clark from QETLabs, the South West’s global training centre for entrepreneurially minded quantum engineers

Internationally, this centre for R&D and entrepreneurship in the emerging quantum technology industry is the first of its kind
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Machine learning boosts quantum simulation

International team combines machine learning with quantum analysis
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Bristol’s quantum chip goes on display at the Science Museum

While quantum technology is to roll out as part of Bristol is Open next year
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World’s first quantum encryption chip developed

Commercial chips developed in the South West can protect communications
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Open day for quantum entrepreneurs

Accelerator scheme provides salary and MBA-level training
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Bristol University launches Quantum Engineering Technology Labs

Quantum Leap for Univerisity of Bristol
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Bristol hosts quantum technology conference

Researchers meet to share latest technology advances
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Bristol University makes major leaps in quantum technology with new optical chip

The new chip offers a chance to process photons in an infinite number of ways
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Quantum entrepreneurs show their stuff

Quantum tech being used in medical screening, drone-based gas-leak detection and cryptography
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Get involved with Bristol’s Quantum Innovation Lab in March 2018

Collaborative three-day quantum technology event is looking for industrial partners
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Bristol demonstrates potential of quantum technologies

HP in Bristol is hosting the event on 23rd November
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