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Doctor Bipasha Chakraborty is awarded the UK Joseph Fourier Prize

12 May 2022

Atos UK and Ireland and the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree Centre have awarded the Joseph Fourier Prize to Doctor Bipasha Chakraborty

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Computational scientists boost the skin’s natural defences

10 May 2022

Computational scientists have found that vitamin B3 could be used to boost the skin’s natural defences, according to a recent study

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Biology software accelerates antibody research and therapies

10 May 2022

Dotmatics, a provider of scientific software connecting science, data, and decision-making, has announced the release of its Biology Solution for Antibody Discovery, an end-to-end software and data management package

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MIT to launch Office of Research Computing and Data

09 May 2022

MIT is launching a new effort to ensure that its research community has access to the advanced computing resources and data management services they need to do their best work

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Ayar Labs Raises $130 Million to commercialise optical I/O

27 April 2022

Ayar Labs has announced that it has secured $130 million in additional financing led by Boardman Bay Capital Management to drive the commercialisation of its optical I/O solution to support next-generation computing architectures

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BittWare announces partner programme

21 April 2022

BittWare, a Molex company, and a supplier of enterprise-class accelerators for edge and cloud-computing applications has introduced a new partner programme designed to simplify and streamline customer deployments of high-performance, data-intensive applications

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Partnership aims to make autonomous driving more realistic

20 April 2022

Simulation software provider dSPACE is working together cogniBIT to integrate its AI-based driver model, to integrate the unpredictable behaviour of human drivers into simulation

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DOE announces $20 million in exploratory research for extreme-scale science

19 April 2022

The US Department of Energy (DOE) announced $20 million in basic research to explore potentially high-impact approaches in extreme-scale science and scientific computing

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CliniSys acquires ApolloLIMS

13 April 2022

CliniSys has announced it has acquired ApolloLIMS, a provider of laboratory information management systems based in Nashville, Tennessee

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Quantinuum announces updates to its Quantum Natural Language Processing Toolkit

07 April 2022

The quantum natural language processing team at Quantinuum, an integrated quantum computing company, has released a major update to its open-source Python library and toolkit, λambeq

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Cytel appoints first CMO to accelerate the expansion of analytics and innovation

07 April 2022

Cytel has appointed Albert Kim, MD, PhD, as its first Chief Medical Officer (CMO), driving expansion of the advanced analytics capabilities available to clinicians looking to streamline therapeutic development

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Fujitsu to provide Fugaku technology through its computing service

07 April 2022

Fujitsu has announced the ‘Fujitsu Computing as a Service (CaaS)’ to accelerate digital transformation by offering access to some of the world’s most advanced computing technologies via the cloud for commercial use

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