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Los Alamos to lead nuclear research partnership

10 August 2022

The US Department of Energy has selected Los Alamos National Lab to Lead $9.25 Million Advanced Computing Partnership

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Q-CTRL expands ‘software-defined’ quantum sensing

10 August 2022

Q-CTRL, a developer of quantum control infrastructure software, is expanding its capabilities to deliver quantum sensing - harnessing the fragility of quantum technology to detect tiny signals for applications in navigation, defence, Earth observation and space

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Australia’s newest supercomputer details supernova remnant

09 August 2022

Australia’s newest supercomputer, Setonix, has produced a highly detailed image of a supernova remnant immediately after the computing system’s first stage was made available to researchers

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Machine learning research improves particle accelerators

03 August 2022

Scientists at Berkley Lab are creating algorithms that control particle beams and lasers using a new machine-learning platform

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Perkin Elmer shifts to life science diagnostics

01 August 2022

PerkinElmer has announced its intention to divest its applied, food and enterprise businesses in a deal worth $2.45 billion

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US Department of Energy announces $3.6 Million to diversify nuclear physics

27 July 2022

The US Department of Energy (DOE) awarded more than $3.6 million with a focus on broadening and diversifying the nuclear and particle physics research communities through research traineeships for undergraduates

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Quobyte and Digital Bedrock announce partnership

27 July 2022

Storage provider, Quobyte, has announced a new partnership with Digital Bedrock, an affordable, secure digital preservation service

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IBM Research makes Deep Search toolkit open source

27 July 2022

IBM Research has recently announced that its Deep Search toolkit has now been released as open source

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TetraScience launches scientific data cloud

21 July 2022

TetraScience has announced a 5-year, $500 million investment in the ongoing development and delivery of a cloud-native, open, and purpose-built scientific data cloud that lays the foundation for AI and ML research

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The Francis Crick Institute receives £1 billion in funding for biomedical research

14 July 2022

The Medical Research Council (MRC), Cancer Research UK (CRUK) and Wellcome Trust will provide The Francis Crick institute with £1 billion in funding over the next seven years to help expand the research institutes role

The first CERN-driven satellite has been successfully launched

14 July 2022

CELESTA, the first CERN-driven satellite, successfully entered orbit during the maiden flight of Europe’s Vega-C launch vehicle

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Infosys to Acquire BASE

14 July 2022

Infosys has announced a definitive agreement to acquire BASE life science, a European technology and consulting firm in the life sciences industry