BlackBerry founder bets on quantum tech in life sciences

Ex-BlackBerry chief and co-founder Mike Lazaridis has given life to a $97 million fund to advance quantum technology, which has major implications for computing, medicine and other fields. As Bloomberg reported, the so-called "science of the small" could bring devices such as Spock's tricorder from an invention of science fiction to one of real scientific achievement. Lazaridis' Quantum Valley fund builds on his previous efforts to establish a quantum tech cluster in Ontario. Article | More

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