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The Quantum Tamers: Revealing our weird and wired future

From deep inside the sewers of Vienna, site of groundbreaking quantum teleportation experiments, to cutting-edge quantum computing labs, to voyages into the minds of the worlds brightest thinkers, including renowned British scientist Stephen Hawking, The Quantum Tamers: Revealing Our Weird and Wired Future is a new television documentary that explores the coming quantum technological revolution. Winner of Prix Audace Award Winner of the Pariscience International Science Film Festival. The Quantum Tamers made it’s Canadian debut at Perimeter Institute’s Quantum to Cosmos festival.

The Quantums Tamers is currently available to purchase here. You can also find it streaming on Amazon Prime in the US.

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