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HPC

Publisher provides computer power

16 September 2014
One of the biggest scholarly publishers, Elsevier, has developed its own supercomputing technology and is now opening this resource as a service to researchers. Siân Harris reports

PEOPLE

More data, fewer tools, more powerful software

16 September 2014
In September Louis Culot became chief executive officer of BioData, a Digital Science company. He talked to Siân Harris about the informatics challenges presented by the growing volumes of laboratory data.

RESEARCH

UK research secures new national data centre

8 September 2014

HPC

Workshop celebrates 20 years of Beowulf

4 September 2014

RESEARCH

Ansys encourages young engineers

2 September 2014

HPC

Spend $3bn on exascale, report tells US Government

1 September 2014

HPC

Bright announces $14.5 million investment

27 August 2014

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Analysis & Opinion

Treating the individual, with the knowledge of all

16 September 2014
In the first of his reports from the 2014 Biomax Symposium Robert Roe reports on how informatics can enable predictive medicine.

Can IBM get neurosynaptic computing off the ground?

2 September 2014
Robert Roe considers the human challenges that must be overcome if IBM’s new neurosynaptic computing paradigm is to be successful

HPC for the next generation of scientists – but not for beginners

News image24 July 2014
The Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing starts next month. Its organiser, Paul Messina, calls on more institutions to offer such training but also to influence university curricula