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Quantinuum introduces InQuanto

Quantinuum has released, InQuanto, a quantum computational chemistry software platform that makes it easy for computational chemists to experiment with a wide range of quantum algorithms on today’s quantum computers.

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On Demand Webinar: The Scientific Impact of Quantum Computing

The rise in applications for quantum computing is driving new methods and approaches to solve scientific challenges. In this webcast, computing technology providers and quantum researchers will discuss the applications for quantum computing and the potential impact this will have on scientists and their research.

Speakers:

Imran Haq, Emerging Science & Technology Strategic Theme Lead, Pistoia Alliance

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Credit: Samuel Hile from the University of Sussex

Why it’s time to get quantum ready

Gemma Church explains how quantum computers will transform the world of science and engineering - but only if we can reach the million-qubit scale

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