Quantum computing gets a boost as IBM develops new algorithms, but how will it be beneficial to different industries? IBM scientists have developed new algorithms to help improve the knowledge of complex chemistry and quantum computing. Using IBM Q, the tech team successfully applied an efficient algorithm in relation to the number of quantum operations required for stimulation using a six qubits of a seven-qubit quantum processor to address the molecular structure problem for beryllium hydride which is to date the largest molecule simulated on a quantum computer. As a result of the breakthrough, it could result in effective practical applications across various sectors such as medicine to help develop personalised drugs, material engineering and energy to discover better sustainable energy sources. "Exact predictions will result in molecular design that does not need calibration with experiment.