Science, education, and economic development leaders across New Mexico have formed a coalition to bring future quantum computing jobs to the state.
Sandia National Laboratories, The University of New Mexico, and Los Alamos National Laboratory announced the coalition on April 1.
"The Quantum New Mexico Coalition has the goal of a broad partnership across New Mexico, including our major research university, tribal colleges and community colleges, as well as national laboratories and industry," said Ivan Deutsch, director of UNM's Center for Quantum Information and Control.
The coalition is supported by more than 30 colleges, businesses, labs, and nonprofit organizations that operate in the state.
From Sandia National Laboratories
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