UArizona Awarded $26M NSF Grant to establish center for quantum networks

NSF Announces: New NSF engineering research centers focus on health, transportation, quantum tech and agriculture

NSF Engineering Research Center for Quantum Networks aims to create foundations for the future quantum internet by developing key quantum technologies and new functional building blocks connecting quantum processors over local and global scales. The center involves four partner universities: University of Arizona (lead), Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Yale University.

National Science Foundation invests $104 million to launch four new engineering research centers*

University of Arizona gets $26M grant to help build quantum internet*