MSU researchers, from left, Charles Thiel, John Roudas, Jarek Kwapisz and Krishna Rupavatharam are leading an MSU effort pushing forward the technology of the quantum internet. MSU Photo by Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez
BOZEMAN — Universities were among the first participants in the long-distance computer network now called the internet, playing an important role in demonstrating and developing the technology in the 1970s. Now, with a $6 million research contract, Montana State University is poised to contribute to one of the internet’s biggest advances since its creation.

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