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News and media stories on Fermilab’s quantum science program:

Fermilab scientists to look for dark matter using quantum technology
Their efforts apply research from multiple disciplines to hunt for dark matter – in particular, the much sought-after axion.

Quantum leap
Fermilab scientists are adapting the lab’s cutting-edge accelerator technology for qubits and quantum sensors.

Department of Energy awards Fermilab more than $10 million for quantum science
Through its Quantum Information Science-Enabled Discovery program, DOE is awarding Fermilab researchers funding for five quantum-science initiatives. It also funds Fermilab’s participation in three further initiatives led by other institutions.

Fermilab hosts tutorial from Google as part of unique hands-on workshop on quantum information science
Scientists explore ways that the fields of high-energy physics and quantum information science can advance each other. The workshop features Google’s first public hands-on tutorial on their quantum software.

From DOE: Department of Energy announces $218 million for quantum information science
Quantum science is expected to lay the foundation for the next generation of computing and information processing as well as an array of other innovative technologies.

From University of Chicago News: $22 million for quantum research at UChicago and national labs
The federal grants will support University of Chicago, Argonne and Fermilab in their explorations of quantum computing, dark matter and imaging.

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