Paul van Gerven
18 February 2020

The Dutch government is investing 23.5 million euros in quantum technology over the next five years, secretary Mona Keijzer announced. The money is earmarked for implementation of the National Agenda Quantum Technology. Or at least part of it, as the ‘quantum sector’ had asked for an additional investment of 34 million euros per year. A still to be started foundation will define a work program for the funding and coordinate the implementation.

Credit: Marieke de Lorijn