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Quantum Tech Hub For Sydney

The NSW Government has announced it will establish a new quantum technology research centre in Sydney and is looking for expressions of interest.

To be called the Quantum Terminal, it will be the place for researchers, developers, engineers and mentors to strive for the next breakthrough in technology, the government says.

The research facility will be housed within the historic walls of Sydney’s iconic Central Station, which has recently been named Tech Central.

Minister for Jobs and Investment, Stuart Ayres, said a residency in the Quantum Terminal would be a chance for start-ups to be part of history and help grow the innovation ecosystem in Tech Central.

“This is an exciting component of our long-term goal for Tech Central, to create 25,000 innovation jobs and encourage 25,000 new students to focus in innovative solutions,” he said.

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