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Quantum Basics

Quantum mechanics explains how the universe works at a sub-atomic level. The first quantum revolution enabled the invention of the laser and transistor, the basic building block of computers, and devices were built following the rules of quantum mechanics. Today, the second quantum revolution focuses on controlling individual quantum systems, such as charged molecules, to a greater extent than before, enabling more powerful applications of quantum information.

NIST Second Quantum Revolution

Quantum Technology

The Second Quantum Revolution

Q is for Quantum

Quantum mechanics for those who only know basic arithmetic

Qiskit YouTube Channel


Non-Technical Introduction to Superposition


The Math Behind Quantum Computers

The Quantum Atlas

Quantum Technology Markets

Interactive Material & Workshops

Learn more by exploring the resources below:

Key Concepts for Future Quantum Information Science Learners

IEEE Quantum Education

QWorld's Basics of Quantum Computing Workshops

IBM Quantum Composer Tutorial

Quantum Computing Playground

Quirk: Quantum Circuit Simulator

Hello Quantum App

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