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Sussex spinout wins €67m from Germany for quantum computer


University of Sussex physicists awarded German government contract to build quantum computer in four years

The University of Sussex has hailed a “record-breaking investment” into one of its spinout companies, Universal Quantum, which has won €67 million to build a quantum computer.

The investment is from the German government’s Aerospace Center (DLR) made to Universal Quantum Deutschland GmbH, a subsidiary of Universal Quantum, to develop “a truly scalable, trapped ion quantum computer within the next four years”.

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