Editor's picks

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Anca Maria Ciobanu discusses the use of machine learning to help treat rare diseases

Céline Richard explains what the Large Hadron Collider has taught us about the importance of open access research

Computational engineering is set for strong growth – and the use of the cloud is burgeoning


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25 May 2022

Qlucore has announced a new collaboration in the field of precision diagnostics to develop solutions for improved clinical diagnostics of bladder cancer


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24 May 2022

The University of Liverpool’s Digital Innovation Facility (DIF), a £12.7 million Centre of Excellence in emerging digital technologies, has officially opened.

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24 May 2022

OpenDialog AI, a newly launched company setting out to unlock the potential of conversational AI technology, has raised $5m in its initial seed round of funding

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12 May 2022

Atos UK and Ireland and the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree Centre have awarded the Joseph Fourier Prize to Doctor Bipasha Chakraborty

Analysis & opinion

Analysis & opinion

21 April 2022

Céline Richard explains what the Large Hadron Collider has taught us about the importance of open access research

Lloyd Colegrove

17 March 2022

Lloyd Colegrove highlights some experiences from 30 years of engagement in chemical manufacturing

07 March 2022

A talent pipeline needs to be developed and maintained to provide a diverse and inclusive workforce, writes Anca Ciobanu



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11 February 2022

Six industry experts tell Tim Gillett about recent progress in the world of laboratory information management systems

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02 February 2022

Three experts in the field shared their thoughts about some of the potential from the increased combining of AI and HPC

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27 January 2022

Sophia Ktori explores the role cheminformatics software providers play in supporting scientists in academia and industry to better understand the properties of potential new drugs


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The advent of technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and cloud-based platforms is revolutionising how we approach data-driven scientific research

RCH Solutions supports the adoption of novel computing technologies offering a complete suite of strategic advisory and purpose-built managed services to help R&D teams in the Life Sciences modernise their compute environment 

We’ve come a long way from the earliest days of synthesis planning. Though ambitions of alchemical transmutation from base elements such as lead, to precious metals such as gold, have long since passed, the modern chemist still labors over a different kind of bubbling cauldron – one of cheminformatics.

Press releases

25 May 2022

Rockport Networks has announced that Durham University’s Institute for Computational Cosmology (ICC) has selected the Rockport Switchless Network as part of the ExCALIBUR program around new networking technologies for its COSMA7 supercomputer at the DiRAC HPC facility

11 May 2022

Elev8 education, a global digital skilling and transformative education partner announced it had joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Training Partner program.

10 May 2022

The Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) has announced the appointment of RWTH Aachen University Professor Uwe Naumann as Principal Scientist

Tech Focus

A round-up of the latest products for scientists using networking technologies

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A round-up of the latest storage products and technology available for scientists using HPC

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A round-up of the latest server options that are available to scientists using HPC as a tool for research