Analysis & opinion

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11 November 2021

Thermo Fisher’s James Pena gives his thoughts on how scientists can advance their research goals through the implementation of cloud technology in the laboratory

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02 September 2021

Gemma Church explains how quantum computers will transform the world of science and engineering - but only if we can reach the million-qubit scale

21 July 2021

Phil Gooch looks back at the history of semantic enrichment, and how it will be used going forward

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07 July 2021

Nvidia has introduced Cambridge-1, a $100 million investment that promises to advance healthcare research partnerships across the UK


29 June 2021

The 57 th edition of the TOP500 saw little change in the top 10. The only new entry in the top 10 systems is the Perlmutter system at NERSC at the DOE Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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15 June 2021

Matthias Troyer, distinguished scientist at Microsoft and keynote speaker at ISC high performance conference discusses his research into quantum computing and the development of quantum hardware and algorithms for scientists

04 May 2021

The NHS is rolling out a deep learning-powered 3-D imaging technology to diagnose and treat patients with suspected heart disease - up to five times faster than normal

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

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

25 January 2021

A competition from Atos and the STFC hopes to encourage the development of quantum algorithms in the UK and Ireland

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