Could quantum technology help us live longer?

We are now living longer than ever before, but an ageing population means more and more people are living with chronic diseases, and the cost of healthcare is ever-rising. A recent estimate found that it costs £1.2 billion just to bring a new medicine from lab to pharmacy, and many new treatments are abandoned during testing. Not

Could quantum technologies herald a more connected future?

In just a few short years, there may well be more than 20 billion connected devices in use across the world. From the future of smart cities to the Internet of Things, the world will hinge on the ability of the telecoms industry to adapt to increasingly data-hungry devices and infrastructure. Yet the industry is facing

Could quantum technologies speed us towards driverless transport?

“Technology is revolutionising how we power vehicles, how they are driven, how we navigate”, as Prime Minister Theresa May stated in a recent speech. At the centre of this revolution is the move towards automation of vehicles, whether crewless ships, pilotless planes or driverless cars, offering substantial gains in efficiency, cost and safety. The UK

Quantum: turning the possibilities of science fiction into reality for UK industry

The UK is perfectly positioned to play a leading role in the quantum technology revolution – have your say in how it will transform your industry  Few realise Britain has an unrivalled heritage in quantum technology and is now once again perfectly poised to play a leading role in the coming quantum revolution that could

Paul Shore, Director of Loxham Precision

The application opportunities are often presented to justify the UK’s significant R&I investment, however there is little discussion nor attention to the opportunities for manufacturing equipment manufacturers. For effective production of quantum devices there will need to be new machinery and processing capabilities but these demands are poorly conveyed to UK companies who might have