April/May 2006

Will computing reduce mountains to molehills?

Scientific Computing World is published from Cambridge, England, an area of the country notorious for the flatness of its landscape, without the merest vestige of a hill. There is a modest irony, therefore, that the common theme of the articles in this issue of the magazine is 'mountains'.

Will computing reduce mountains to molehills?

Scientific Computing World is published from Cambridge, England, an area of the country notorious for the flatness of its landscape, without the merest vestige of a hill. There is a modest irony, therefore, that the common theme of the articles in this issue of the magazine is 'mountains'.

Palm Beach

A lot of good software is available to allow scientists to take their work with them in the palms of their hands, says Felix Grant.

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