For the past decade, a global race has been running to build a mythical machine, the holy grail of calculations ... a quantum computer. Earlier this year Google announced they'd bought one -- the D-Wave Two. Does this mean the race is over? Well ... not quite. The D-Wave Two, though costing Google around a cool $10 million, is currently only good for a certain class of problem. Here in Australia, teams at the University of New South Wales are working on a version that will have a much broader application ... a so-called universal quantum computer. Graham Phillips dons full clean room regalia to check out this cutting edge research.