January 17, 2022

Category: UK Quantum Technology Hub

Quantum brain sensors could spot dementia after Hub researchers at the University of Sussex find they track brain waves
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Quantum brain sensors could spot dementia after Hub researchers at the University of Sussex find they track brain waves

New highly sensitive quantum sensors for the brain may in the future be able to identify brain diseases such as dementia, ALS and Parkinsons, by spotting a slowing in the speed at which signals travel across the brain. The research findings from a paper led by University of Sussex quantum physicists are published in Scientific Reports journal. […]

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A step closer to commercialisation: demonstrator prototypes to be exhibited at 2021 National Quantum Technologies Showcase

A transportable, standalone quantum navigation system designed for large vehicles such as ships and trains will be among the many exhibits hosted by researchers at the UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing at the forthcoming 2021 National Quantum Technologies Showcase. This annual event, which is hosted by KTN and Innovate UK has become the […]

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Sensing, UK, UK Quantum Technology Hub

A step closer to commercialisation: demonstrator prototypes to be exhibited at 2021 National Quantum Technologies Showcase

A transportable, standalone quantum navigation system designed for large vehicles such as ships and trains will be among the many exhibits hosted by researchers at the UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing at the forthcoming 2021 National Quantum Technologies Showcase. This annual event, which is hosted by KTN and Innovate UK, has become the […]

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QT Hub researchers at the University of Birmingham collaborate with BT on Royal Commission Industrial Fellowship

University of Birmingham researchers are collaborating with BT to deliver a prestigious Industrial Fellowship awarded by the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851. The fellowship was awarded to research professional Liam Bussey, who has worked at BT Labs since 2019. Set up by Prince Albert to organise the Great Exhibition of 1851 and extended […]

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Battery camera developed using quantum technology launches in key milestone for transport electrification
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Battery camera developed using quantum technology launches in key milestone for transport electrification

A commercial battery imaging system born out of collaborative work with QT Hub researchers at the University of Sussex and CDO2 will be unveiled today at low carbon vehicle technology event, Cenex-LCV (22-23 September).The new Battery Current Density Analyser is the first electric vehicle product developed using quantum technology to be made commercially available. The […]

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First UK fibre link network for precision timing to be established in UK by Hub researchers

A ground-breaking new project spearheaded by UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing researchers at the University of Birmingham and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) will see a fibre optic cable installed underneath the University’s campus, connecting all the way through to NPL’s head office in Teddington, south-west London. This project will mark the first time a fibre optic […]

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