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From Blog Sicilia (Italy), December 15, 2021: From Marsala to Chicago, a young Sicilian among the most important scientists in the world. Fermilab’s Anna Grassellino is a researcher from Marsala chosen by the DOE to lead a project that will build the quantum computer: a revolutionary machine that will lead to a new era of research. In Chicago, she is among the most important scientists in the world.

From Inspiring Fifty (Italy) Sept. 7, 2021: Fermilab’s Anna Grasselino was named one of Italy’s most inspiring women in the world of technology. She was recognized for her work as Director of the National Quantum Information Science and head of the SQMS division of Fermilab. Read more about all 50 innovators.

From Forbes Italia, July 27, 2021: Congratulations Anna Grasselino on being named by Forbes Italia as one of the 100 successful women who has distinguished herself in 2021 for ingenuity, tenacity and competence! See the complete list that includes scientists, sport champions, visionary entrepreneurs and managers.

A woman looks into a microscope

Quantum information science is a key area of research at the Department of Energy’s national labs. Scientists and engineers are working to develop everything from quantum sensors and computers to the quantum internet. In this video, Silvia Zorzetti talks about research at Fermilab’s SQMS Center.

From Chicago Star Media, May 28, 2021: Fermilab’s Anna Grasselino talks with Chicago Star Media about the solutions quantum computers will bring to weather forecasting, traffic studies, financial modeling, and more.