07 March 2022

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

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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. By David Stuart

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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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13 September 2021

HPC integrators provide value to scientific and research organisations through management and support of HPC resources, finds Robert Roe 

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10 September 2021

Sophia Ktori takes a look at the role software companies play in driving digital transformation in the laboratory 

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10 September 2021

Robert Roe finds that the use of AI is driving new areas of research and increasing the competitiveness of early adopters 

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08 September 2021

As the race for exascale reaches its final milestones Robert Roe takes a look at the development projects behind the creation of these record breaking supercomputers

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26 August 2021

Gemma Church examines the different ways visualisation is used to improve everything from Cosmology to cardiovascular surgery

18 June 2021

Gemma Church finds out how simulation and modelling is unlocking long-term, accurate weather and climate predictions

18 June 2021

Robert Roe explores the services and software available to support organisations drug discovery research

18 June 2021

Robert Roe takes a look at genomics research uncovering insights into Covid-19, and paving the way for better cancer treatments