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For our pre-Valentine’s Day special: A new experiment aims to find the sweet spot between the weird world of quantum mechanics and the classical world, a look at sweet spots for quantum startups outside of London and Oxbridge, using the power of love and quantum computing to feed the world’s hungry… and more sweet quantum stuff in this edition of The Quantum Weekly.

Spotlight Story: 

“A new experiment, known as the TEQ collaboration, could help reveal a boundary between the weird quantum world and the normal classical world of billiard balls and projectiles. The TEQ (Testing the large-scale limit of quantum mechanics) researchers are working to construct a device in the next year that would levitate a bit of silicon dioxide, or quartz, measuring nanometers in size—still microscopic, but much larger than the individual particles that scientists have used to demonstrate quantum mechanics previously.” —  Smithsonian Magazine


India Nearly Matches US Quantum Computing Research Budget — Tom’s Hardware

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Electric Currents Controlled With a Quantum Switch Turns Metal Into Insulators — Newsweek

Existing Technology May Precisely Control Qubits Made From Calcium and Strontium Ions — The Quantum Daily

Giant Moon Rocket, Living Robots and Quantum Computer — January’s Best Science Images  — Nature

Could Quantum Computing Help Feed the World? — The Quantum Daily

University of Chicago’s Tian Zhong Awarded NSF Grant to Create Quantum Internet

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The Heisenberg Limit Has Been Redefined — Popular Mechanics

Trust but Verify: Why Variational Quantum Unsampling Matters — The Quantum Daily



3 British Quantum Computing Research Hubs Not In Oxbridge Or London — The Quantum Daily

Quantum Computing Incorporated – the First Publicly Traded Quantum Computing Stock — The Quantum Daily

Where Computing Is Headed—Beyond Quantum — Wall Street Journal

A Combination of Quantum Computing and Blockchain Technology Will Have a Huge Impact on Banking — Digital Journal

Domen Zavrl Explains Quantum-Proof Cryptography and Its Role in Security — Coin Gape

Arvind Krishna is new IBM CEO — Indian Link


Prepare for a world of quantum haves and have-nots — Live Mint


Quantum Engineering – Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Fellowships — ORISE

Quantum Engineer — IQM Finland

Senior Quantum Engineer — Rigetti Computing

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Matt Swayne

With a several-decades long background in journalism and communications, Matt Swayne has worked as a science communicator for an R1 university for more than 12 years, specializing in translating high tech and deep tech for the general audience. He has served as a writer, editor and analyst at The Quantum Insider since its inception. In addition to his service as a science communicator, Matt also develops courses to improve the media and communications skills of scientists and has taught courses. [email protected]

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