In the 300 years since Newton’s apple, gravity sensors have emerged as a useful tool to investigate the underground, looking for hazards and even mapping the distribution of water from space.
Researchers at the QT Hub are developing precise quantum clocks to replace the standard oscillator in radars, allowing for ground-breaking levels of situation awareness
Find out more about the how quantum navigation system being developed by UK Quantum Technology Hub Researchers will enable independent navigation ensuring resilient, safe transport.
Working with industry for a quantum-enabled future
Find out more about how the work of the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme will help to mitigate the effects of climate change
Learn more about the geophysics research at the UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing
Learn more about quantum timing and quantum enabled radar at the UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing
Explore how gravity gradient sensor technology will help see through the ground more deeply and accurately than ever before
From compasses and thermometers to accelerometers and LiDAR, scientists and inventors have long searched for tools that help us understand our world better. Read more about the Hub in Communications of the ACM.