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Quantum technology is on the rise

Quantum technology can turn our everyday lives and possibilities upside down, but there are still things that we do not fully understand. The question is, who arrives first?

In connection with the Quantum Computing Applications in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Workshop held at DTU on April 1-3, Jens Degett spoke with Professor Peter Lodahl, from the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen, about quantum technologies and implications that go far beyond building a quantum computer (in Danish).

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The podcast was produced with the support of the organizers of the Quantum Computing Applications in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Workshop.

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