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Collaboration aims to enhance Covid-19 diagnostic testing

23 March 2021

A collaboration between Thermo Fisher Scientific and Artificial aims to enable improved integration of software and robotics platforms to maximise COVID-19 testing throughput and efficiency

LLNL event encourages growth of women in data science

18 March 2021

Coinciding with International Women’s Day on March 8, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory hosted its 4th Women in Data Science (WiDS) regional event

Enabling dynamic and intelligent workflows in the European HPC ecosystem

17 March 2021

The eFlows4HPC project will create a European workflow platform for the design of complex applications that integrate HPC processes, data analytics, and artificial intelligence.

Report highlights growth in quantum research

11 March 2021

Elsevier has published the findings of a new report tracking emerging trends in quantum computing, based on research and analysis conducted in Scopus

N8 supercomputer accelerates research in the north of England

08 March 2021

Scientists and researchers across the North of England will benefit from the arrival of a new £3.8m supercomputer to support projects in areas such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), energy storage and therapeutic drug design

BSC has been selected to coordinate three EuroHPC projects

04 March 2021

The Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) has been selected to coordinate three research projects launched by the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking to promote the research and development of the new supercomputers

Swedish supercomputer powered by AMD and HPE Cray

01 March 2021

The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Sweden has agreed to a partnership with AMD and HPE to supply a new HPC system

Open Compute Project Foundation announces the OCP Future Technologies Initiative

26 February 2021

The Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) has announced the formation of the OCP Future Technologies Initiative

3D surface and bedrock morphology of the Matthes/Llewellyn divide in the Juneau Icefield

Scientists calculate Juneau icefield melting with 2D, 3D glacier models

25 February 2021

The Juneau Icefield Research Program (JIRP) has reported that thinning of Alaska’s Taku Glacier has increased from an average rate of a half meter to two meters per year over the past two decades

Researchers employ DOE supercomputers to better understand fusion reactor design

23 February 2021

A team of researchers at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) are using Department of Energy supercomputers to advance our understanding of fusion energy. 

Artificial intelligence deciphers genetic instructions

19 February 2021

A German-American team of scientists have deciphered some of the more elusive instructions encoded in DNA with the help of artificial intelligence (AI)

Collaboration aims to advance additive manufacturing through machine learning

18 February 2021

A partnership aims to integrate machine learning methods into Additive Manufacturing (AM) workflows to accelerate the development of reliable and repeatable processes

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