Hyperion report highlights costs of HPC storage

07 May 2020

A research report from Hyperion Research, commissioned by Panasas, has found that that total cost of ownership (TCO) is rising as a top criterion for purchasing high-performance computing (HPC) storage systems.

NERSC finalises supercomputer contract

06 May 2020

The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC), the mission high-performance computing facility for the US Department of Energy’s Office of Science, has moved another step closer to making Perlmutter — its next-generation GPU-accelerated supercomputer — available to the science community in 2020.

PRACE awards 195 Million core hours to further research into SARS-CoV-2

28 April 2020

PRACE is joining the battle against COVID-19 by providing 195 000 000 core hours – to the first ten research projects awarded under the Fast Track Call for Proposals to support the mitigation of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic

Transforming a clinical lab into a COVID-19 ready lab

22 April 2020

L7 Informatics and Contamination Source Identification (CSI) have announced a partnership to accelerate the implementation of testing for COVID-19 patient screening

Upgrades for LLNL supercomputer aid COVID-19 research

22 April 2020

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) will get an upgrade to its Corona supercomputer through an agreement with Penguin Computing and AMD that is expected to nearly double the system’s peak compute power

Elsevier and ExactCure reviewing 20 approved drugs for COVID-19 therapies

16 April 2020

Elsevier and ExactCure have announced a new collaboration aimed at developing personalised model simulations that will improve the dosing of COVID-19 related therapies

Google Cloud announces support for COVID-19 research

15 April 2020

In a recent blog post, Google Cloud outlined the steps the company is taking to help researchers to understand more about the novel coronavirus

Sellafield research uncovers microbial life

08 April 2020

Two new research papers from The University of Manchester, working with colleagues at Sellafield Limited and the National Nuclear Laboratory have shown that microbes can actively colonise some of the most intensively radioactive waste storage sites in Europe

Intel commits $50 million to accelerate COVID-19 research

07 April 2020

Intel has announced plans to provide $50 Million to accelerate access to technology and enable new scientific discovery to combat the current COVID-19 pandemic and future crisis.

Science and computing companies support study on COVID-19 disease susceptibility

01 April 2020

Bionano Genomics, Rescale, Amazon Web Services, and Genoox have announced that they are donating consumables and computing resources to help combat the SARS-CoV2 virus

Taylor & Francis launches Covid-19 portal

25 March 2020

Taylor & Francis has published a microsite that aggregates and organises all recently published COVID-19 research in one portal, including all relevant research articles and book chapters

Aptean provides COVID-19 Researchers free access to sequencing software

25 March 2020

Aptean has announced that it will share tools with the scientific community to help their efforts in researching and responding to the current COVID-19 pandemic