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A team of scientists including researchers from NASA, the University of Copenhagen and other international collaborators used deep learning to map trees and bushes in the drylands of West Africa and the southern Sahara desert.

Our preview of exhibitors at the virtual SC20 event is now live, complementing the international conference on high performance computing, networking, storage and analysis

Unstructured scientific data is one of the biggest strategic risks to the pharmaceutical industry today

News

20 January 2021

Researchers at CEA-Leti have demonstrated how resistive-RAM (RRAM), or memristor, technology can be used to create intelligent systems for use in edge learning

Image from the NERC Earth Observation Data Acquisition and Analysis Service (NEODAAS) Copernicus Sentinel 2B Data

14 January 2021

UK environmental researchers will be able to access a new high performance computing (HPC) facility at the Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML), developed to help scientists to apply artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning models to Earth observation data

11 January 2021

Researchers at the University of Pisa will be able to support new scientific computing workloads using a storage technology developed by E4 Computer Engineering and other industry partners to support high-performance, low-latency storage architectures

Analysis & opinion

18 January 2021

A team of scientists including researchers from NASA, the University of Copenhagen and other international collaborators used deep learning to map trees and bushes in the drylands of West Africa and the southern Sahara desert.

15 January 2021

Today the European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI) maintains the world’s most comprehensive range of freely available and up-to-date molecular data resources

28 October 2020

The Barcelona Supercomputing Center is developing new methods for exascale programming and using this research to further develop critical applications for energy production

Features

15 January 2021

Sophia Ktori considers how software can transform the laboratory

12 January 2021

Informatics experts share their views on the future of the laboratory and how things might change due to the added pressure of Covid-19

12 January 2021

Demand for testing and requirements for remote working tools drive changes in the laboratory

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