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A recently published study by Karl Landsteiner University for Health Sciences demonstrated the use of artificial intelligence in brain tumour classification.

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Sophia Ktori discusses the importance of integration and open systems in supporting laboratory automation

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


24 June 2022

Reducing Risk and Improving Synthesis Outcomes with SYNTHIA Retrosynthesis Software


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24 June 2022

Amazon has announced the AWS Center for Quantum Networking (CQN) with a mission to address these fundamental scientific and engineering challenges and to develop new hardware, software, and applications for quantum networks

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23 June 2022

A recently published study by Karl Landsteiner University for Health Sciences demonstrated the use of artificial intelligence in brain tumour classification.

Analysis & opinion

Analysis & opinion

18 May 2022

Professor Dieter Kranzlmüller of Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) outlines the work of the facility

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



25 May 2022

Robert Roe explores advances in CPU, accelerator and networking hardware that is being designed to support exascale.

Creating the technology stack for exascale has taken years of innovation beyond simple iterative improvement of technology. In many cases, new computing architectures, networking systems, accelerators and processors are being constructed and optimised to deliver efficient exascale computing.

07 March 2022

Sophia Ktori explores the role bioinformatics software plays in helping scientists to make sense of complex scientific data.

A key ongoing issue for organisations involved in drug discovery research is how to manage chemical and biological data in combination.

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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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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 such as cloud, quantum, AI and edge computing paradigms through a comprehensive suite of strategic advisory and purpose-built managed services to help R&D teams in the Life Sciences modernise their computing environment and accelerate their research goals.

Addressing the many intrinsic and external challenges to chemical synthesis has led to a highly complex system of regulations that involve numerous academic and governmental organizations in modern times.

Press releases

23 June 2022

AMD has announced that Mathew Hein is joining the company as chief strategy officer and senior vice president of corporate development

16 June 2022

Leica Microsystems, a provider of microscopy and scientific instruments, has introduced a new generation of its multiplexed imaging solution, Cell Dive, including software and hardware improvements

08 June 2022

Optibrium, a developer of software for drug discovery, today announced the expansion of its UK headquarters with a move to larger office premises on Cambridge Innovation Park North

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