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Serial entrepreneur Serguei Beloussav, chairman of the Russian Quantum Center, hopes to emulate Bell Labs by developing breakthrough materials based on quantum technologies, which he hopes to commercialize by funding startups with his QWave Capital fund.
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Susan Rambo
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Great hopes for quantum
Susan Rambo   8/7/2013 8:32:23 AM
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Thanks for the video. I hope quantum technology makes good on its early promise. Read the Colin Johnson's story here.  

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