Quantum Quarterly launched
Following the launch of the first phase of the Quantum Technology Centre, the centre issued a free quarterly e-newsletter; Quantum Quarterly, to keep businesses informed of funding and support opportunities, news and events.
The first issue included details of the launch event, which attracted representatives from EDF Energy, BAE Systems, Nokia, NEC Corporation, Alfa Aesar, Avion Oy, e2v and IQE, guests from UK academic institutions, government, and research councils, an opportunity for funded R&D through third year Physics student projects, a survey on transnational support opportunities, an invitation to a public lecture by Nobel Laureate and honorary graduate Professor David Lee and Distinguished Physics Professor George Pickett FRS, the latest business awards open for entry, and in the opportunities around the university section, and finally, how to access funded additive manufacturing support from Lancaster University's new Engineering Design Academy.
To subscribe, contact Dr Mark Rushforth, Head of Business Partnerships & Enterprise, Physical Sciences.
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