A European initiative against major metabolic disorders such as obesity is to be launched at the EuroBioForum conference at Lisbon in December 2007.
Researchers have managed to predict the crystal structures of small organic molecules by computational methods alone, without experimental input.
A robot that can seemingly read your mind could provide a new level of autonomy to people suffering from paralysis.
National Instruments has joined Power.org, an open and collaborative organisation dedicated to developing and promoting Power Architecture technology - an instruction set architecture prevalent in microprocessors.
Think you know how high-performance computing could change the world, but don't have the resources to prove your solution? Microsoft has launched a competition that could help you to realise your idea.
Cray has developed a new method of processing large volumes of data that separates the job onto three different kinds of processors, each suited to different types of data manipulation.
Is systems biology 2.0 just around the corner? Researchers have outlined a new technique in that could upgrade and improve the way we understand biological systems.
Maplesoft has entered an agreement with Toyota to build advanced modelling tools to help design better vehicles in less time.
The Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) has upgraded its Molecular Dynamics Simulation Acceleration System (known as Tsubame) with the acquisition of ClearSpeed Advance X620 accelerator boards.
Cardiff University in Wales has added its 1000-processor supercomputer to the UK's National Grid Service, allowing users from across the country to take advantage of its high processing speeds.
Robert Roe looks at research from the University of Alaska that is using HPC to change the way we look at the movement of ice sheets
Robert Roe talks to cooling experts to find out what innovation lies ahead for HPC users