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Gemma Church examines how simulation and modelling aid the increasingly diverse renewable energy field

A team of international scientists, including Nasa researchers, are using deep learning to map trees and bushes in the drylands of West Africa and the southern Sahara desert

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

News

22 April 2021

The Met Office has signed a multimillion-pound agreement with Microsoft for the provision of a supercomputer to accelerate weather and climate forecasting in the UK

20 April 2021

A new open, cloud-native supercomputer at Cambridge University will enable researchers to pursue exploration like never before

15 April 2021

Durham University’s new COSMA-8 supercomputer — to be used by world-leading cosmologists in the UK to research the origins of the universe — will be accelerated by Nvidia HDR InfiniBand networking

Analysis & opinion

30 March 2021

The Paperless Lab Academy 8th European edition will be online this year and announces a program completely in line with the expectations set from previous editions

11 March 2021

Siloed research data has a wide-reaching impact, write Ted Slater and James Malone

05 February 2021

Wellcome Sanger Institute’s Julia Wilson tells Robert Roe about the research centre’s role and impact on the wider scientific community

Features

02 March 2021

Gemma Church examines how simulation and modelling aid the increasingly diverse renewable energy field

02 March 2021

Scientists have implemented automation and LIMS software to help pivot laboratory operations and provide services to better understand and prevent the spread of Covid-19.

02 March 2021

Sophia Ktori considers how software integration helps ensure scientists work efficiently in the laboratory

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