Materials that enable quantum information processing could transform all industries dependent on computational power. The development of our 12CQ qubit processor chip could provide a potential solution to room-temperature quantum computing and enable direct consumer ownership of quantum computing powered technology.
Materials in complex biosensing devices provide the means to identify disease and infection. We are developing a potential solution to rapid multiplexing that involves printable graphene-based biosensors that could simplify medical diagnosis and aid point of care disease management.
Materials that have the ability to control the accumulation of heat, light and electricity reversibly and efficiently have wide-reaching applications in energy storage and use. We are developing mineral commodities for downstream use in battery technologies that could address trade-offs between cost and performance.