Swiss computational biology provider Genedata has signed a contract with the Freiburg Initiative for Systems Biology to provide its Phylospher and Expressionist software (Frisys).
Merrimack Pharmaceuticals is using SimBiology from The MathWorks to streamline its research into the treatment of autoimmune diseases and cancer.
Biomedical engineers at the University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science have developed a new imaging tool that will dramatically improve medical ultrasound scans.
The University of Reading has upgraded its supercomputing facility to become reportedly the most powerful academic supercomputer in the UK.
Researchers from computationally intensive projects as wide-ranging as earthquake simulation, climate-change prediction and particle physics will have ten times faster access to a European supercomputing facility.
Janet, the network operator for UK education and research councils, has begun trials to become the first European educational network to transfer 40Gbit/s over a single channel operation.
Scientists at Cardiff University have used high-performance computing to analyse brain scans 24 times faster than was previously possible, giving a more complete view of the brain.
Socially damaged and disadvantaged young people in the inner cities can be switched on to mathematics through the use of scientific computing software, according to our new Education blog
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials have developed a more realistic method of simulating cars crashing, potentially saving manufacturers thousands of pounds with each test.
The randomness of riots is also what makes them so dangerous. Now, a geographer at Arizona State University is designing a computer model to help predict human behaviour at its most unpredictable.
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