The Centre's outreach programme exists to inspire young people's interest in science, to support media reporting on quantum technologies, and to engage adults from all backgrounds in learning about how nature works and what new technologies may affect their future.
Curious about quantum physics? You don't need to have any science background to get started. Browse our recommended resources and find out what events you can join, from talks to film festivals.
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CQT is keen to work with schools to support and encourage interest in science in young students. Students are keen too: quantum physics offers mind-blowing ideas and quantum technologies promises future jobs.
We're happy to help media professionals find expert comment or research stories. CQT's scientists have been interviewed by media worldwide, from the BBC to the Wall Street Journal. We also host visits and residencies.
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Generation Q Camp
Junior College students can sign up for our week-long Q Camp
held in the June holidays.
Six Quantum Pieces
Learn quantum physics from a textbook
using no more than high-school mathematics.
The Quantum Music Project
In the news
3 November 2017
Researchers from NUS working on defending cryptocurrency against future attacks by quantum computers
1 November 2017
Quantum code: why building the ultimate computer is the easy bit
7 September 2017
Seeking materials to send unbreakable codes
17 June 2017
Communications privacy in the quantum era
5 May 2017
The Quantum Thermodynamics Revolution
If you have any questions about or feedback on our outreach activities for public, schools or media, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also connect with us on social media. Find CQT on on Facebook, Twitter and Youtube.