16 January 2018
To date, communicating via quantum networks has only been possible between two devices of known provenance that have been built securely.
08 January 2018
15 December 2017
NQIT Researchers from across the UK have partnered with UK quantum technologies companies to win four new awards from Innovate UK and EPSRC in the latest round of funding for the Commercialisation of Quantum Technologies.
14 December 2017
Oxford, as part of a select group of global leaders, will be an initial member of the newly formed IBM Q Network, a collaboration of leading Fortune 500 companies, academic institutions and national research labs working directly with IBM to explore potential practical applications using IBM’s quantum computing systems.
27 November 2017
NQIT had a major presence at last week's National Quantum Technologies Showcase at the QEII Centre in London, with 12 of the 60 exhibits in the Exhibition Hall. This one-day event highlighted the latest technology developments from the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme, with exhibits from academia and industry and collaborations between the two.
07 November 2017
QECDT Students selected to exhibit at the EPSRC Science for a Successful Nation 2018
01 November 2017
"An Evening of Quantum Discovery" was an event we held for the general public in the Physics Department in Oxford held on October 17 2017. 150 came along and enjoyed talks, hands-on science and lab tours around the theme of quantum physics and technology.
26 October 2017
23 October 2017
We are pleased to announce the winner of our recent Quantum Photography Competition! We received nine fantastic entries, which you can view here. All the entries were displayed at our recent Evening of Quantum Discovery, where visitors could vote for their favourite image. 75 people voted and there was a clear winner: David Nadlinger's beautiful image of a single atom in an ion trap.
03 October 2017
Last week, researchers took over Oxford University's gardens, libraries and museums, with a host of activities to feed even the most hungry minds and researchers from NQIT were there, taking part in several activities on the day.