MODELLING AND SIMULATION

Endangered engineers

Nick Morris talks to Chris Randles, CEO of Mathsoft, and Alan Stevens, an engineer from Rolls-Royce, to examine the state of the mathematical modelling sector

Grid powers up at ISIS

Getting CPU-intensive computations to run faster used to mean buying a new computer. Not any more, reports Kenneth Shankland and Tom Griffin

Fuel from the past

Although they derive from redundant Victorian prototypes, fuel cells are sometimes regarded as a power source for the future. But first, as Ray Girvan describes, there is a lot of scientific computing to be done

The colour of the past

Mathematical operations on an array of pixels, made easy by software such as Matlab, can reveal the surface of Venus and the world of pre-Revolutionary Russia, Ray Girvan discovers

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