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30 June 2016

At the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC16) held last week in Frankfurt, Germany, a new Chinese supercomputer - Sunway TaihuLight - took the top spot of the TOP500

19 May 2016

Robert Roe discovers that data integrity, process improvement, and managing data effectively are key challenges for informatics providers finding the speed to innovate, as the theme for the latest Paperless Lab Academy suggested

17 May 2016

Jana Erjavec wonders why researchers are slow to adopt software for electronic laboratory notebooks

11 May 2016

Shailesh M Shenoy, director of the office of research computing, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, discusses the challenges faced by large medical research organisations in the face of ever-growing volumes of data

27 April 2016

Virtus Data Centres managing director, Darren Watkins, explains the importance of building a data centre from the ground up to support the requirements of HPC users - while maximising productivity, efficiency and energy usage

26 April 2016

Robert Roe attends the Nvidia GTC conference and to see the latest in deep learning hardware from Nvidia

14 April 2016

ISC's Nages Sieslack highlights a convergence of technologies around HPC, a focus of the ISC High Performance conference that takes place in June

30 March 2016

Clouds can be flexible but still have to be used efficiently, according to Dr Bruno Silva, who believes that new cloud technologies will make the cloud even more important to scientific computing

22 February 2016

Tom Wilkie reports on two examples how the growth of scientific data sets is driving computing into the cloud, and asks how profoundly this will change computing for science

09 February 2016

Robert Roe reports on a new Exascale computing architecture using ARM processors is being developed by a European consortium of hardware and software providers, research centres, and industry partners, funded by the European Unions Horizon2020 research programme

05 February 2016

Dr Laura Boykin describes how the largest supercomputer in the southern hemisphere can help fight famine among East Africas farmers

15 January 2016

For science to make the software on which it increasingly depends sustainable is a social not a technical challenge, argues Dan Katz

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Robert Roe looks at research from the University of Alaska that is using HPC to change the way we look at the movement of ice sheets

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