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.
Genologics is to work with London Genetics to help build a research network of scientists and doctors, by advising partners on how to implement lab informatics solutions.
The San Diego Supercomputing Centre (SDSC) has made one of its powerful parallel clusters available to scientists, engineers, students and other researchers across the USA.
The US National Science Foundation (NSF) has instigated an initiative called Cyber-Enabled Discovery and Innovation, with the aim to advance innovative computational thinking.
A new EU project, coordinated by the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, is to develop a computer-aided holistic solution for the early phase of aircraft design.
The Numerical Mathematics Consortium has announced the latest update of its technical specification that defines an open mathematics semantics standard for the development of numerical algorithms.
A new report has suggested that growing regulatory pressure, and competition will drive the adoption of product lifecycle management (PLM) software and services in the pharmaceutical industry.
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