The Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) formally accepted the third and final phase of HPCx, the UK National Academic Supercomputer, on 7 November.
The Selected Organic Reactions Database is tapping into the vast reserves of chemical reaction information from academic research that has been locked away for 50 years in theses and dissertations.
The US Department of Energys Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has received two new grants worth $13 million to improve software and increase automation in crystallographic processes.
GeneBio's Phenyx will become the default protein identification software for ProteoRed at the National Centre for Biotechnology/CSIC in Madrid, for the use of proteomics researchers all over Spain.
Professor Andre Geim has been awarded the 2007 Mott Medal and Prize by the Institute of Physics for his groundbreaking work on two-dimensional atomic crystals back in 2004.
Chemical Abstracts Service is continuing its agreement with the Brazilian Ministry of Education CAPES group to provide the SciFinder Scholar research tool to a consortium Brazillian Universities.
Daniel Goodman won a best paper award at the UK e-Science All Hands Meeting for devising a workflow language, Martlet, that will be used to aid climage change prediction.
Recording research data electronically sounds like a good idea; but, Peter Rees asks, can you produce that information in court 50 years later?
Robert Roe reports on developments in AI that are helping to shape the future of high performance computing technology at the International Supercomputing Conference
James Reinders is a parallel programming and HPC expert with more than 27 years’ experience working for Intel until his retirement in 2017. In this article Reinders gives his take on the use of roofline estimation as a tool for code optimisation in HPC
Sophia Ktori concludes her two-part series exploring the use of laboratory informatics software in regulated industries.
As storage technology adapts to changing HPC workloads, Robert Roe looks at the technologies that could help to enhance performance and accessibility of
storage in HPC
By using simulation software, road bike manufacturers can deliver higher performance products in less time and at a lower cost than previously achievable, as Keely Portway discovers