The aim of the Commercialising quantum technologies challenge is to boost the development of systems in connectivity, sensing, positioning, navigation and timing as well as quantum computing.
The proposal must identify a clear market opportunity for second generation quantum techniques and an innovative project which exploits it. The fund will award up to £500,000. The competition is open until 11am on Wednesday 9 March 2022.
Innovate UK has also opened a £25m competition for more general R&D projects that involve at least one micro, small or medium-sized enterprise (SME).
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