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DOE announces $150 million to reduce climate impacts of energy technologies and manufacturing

24 February 2022

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced $150 million in open funding for research projects focused on increasing efficiency and curbing carbon emissions from energy technologies and manufacturing

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Tachyum announces a partnership with the JSC

23 February 2022

Tachyum has announced that it has entered into an agreement with the German Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC) to collaborate on open supercomputing projects, scientific research and innovations in artificial intelligence (AI)

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Quantinuum and IBM commit investments to jointly grow the quantum ecosystem

23 February 2022

Quantum computing company Quantinuum has announced a new investment by IBM, extending capabilities with IBM Quantum systems in joint commitment to grow the quantum ecosystem

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Predicting complex dynamics from data

17 February 2022

Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a new algorithm that allows them to model the dynamics of physical systems from observations

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Scientists make high energy physics data more FAIR

16 February 2022

In a new study, researchers have laid out a set of new practices to guide the curation of high energy physics datasets that makes them more FAIR

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Data scientists highlight roadblocks to transformation

16 February 2022

Around four in 10 data scientists are dissatisfied with their company’s use of analytics and model deployment

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Supercomputing research unearths secrets of Japan's earthquakes

09 February 2022

Scientists have created the first complete, 3D visualisation of a mountain-size rock called the Kumano Pluton buried miles beneath the coast of southern Japan

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EU gears up to deal wtih semiconductor shortages

09 February 2022

The European Commission has proposed a comprehensive set of measures to ensure the EU's security of supply, resilience and technological leadership in semiconductor technologies and applications

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Charles River Laboratories licenses Genedata Biologics

09 February 2022

Genedata, a provider of enterprise software solutions for biopharmaceutical R&D, has announced that Charles River Laboratories has chosen Genedata Biologics to support their rapidly expanding global biopharma operations across multiple groups in the UK and the USA

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Zetta Genomics gains £2.5m seed funding to realise the power of genomic data in precision medicine

02 February 2022

University of Cambridge technology spin-out Zetta Genomics announces that has raised £2.5 million in new seed funding

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Funding boost for AI firm’s HPC infrastructure

27 January 2022

Money will be used to advance development in therapeutics, transport and electronics

HQS Quantum Simulations brings in 12 million euros in series A funding

27 January 2022

HQS Quantum Simulations, a European start-up specialising in complex quantum simulations, has concluded its series-A financing round and secured more than 12 million euros together with new research funding

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