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Machine learning research improves particle accelerators

03 August 2022

Scientists at Berkley Lab are creating algorithms that control particle beams and lasers using a new machine-learning platform

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Perkin Elmer shifts to life science diagnostics

01 August 2022

PerkinElmer has announced its intention to divest its applied, food and enterprise businesses in a deal worth $2.45 billion

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US Department of Energy announces $3.6 Million to diversify nuclear physics

27 July 2022

The US Department of Energy (DOE) awarded more than $3.6 million with a focus on broadening and diversifying the nuclear and particle physics research communities through research traineeships for undergraduates

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Quobyte and Digital Bedrock announce partnership

27 July 2022

Storage provider, Quobyte, has announced a new partnership with Digital Bedrock, an affordable, secure digital preservation service

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IBM Research makes Deep Search toolkit open source

27 July 2022

IBM Research has recently announced that its Deep Search toolkit has now been released as open source

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TetraScience launches scientific data cloud

21 July 2022

TetraScience has announced a 5-year, $500 million investment in the ongoing development and delivery of a cloud-native, open, and purpose-built scientific data cloud that lays the foundation for AI and ML research

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The Francis Crick Institute receives £1 billion in funding for biomedical research

14 July 2022

The Medical Research Council (MRC), Cancer Research UK (CRUK) and Wellcome Trust will provide The Francis Crick institute with £1 billion in funding over the next seven years to help expand the research institutes role

The first CERN-driven satellite has been successfully launched

14 July 2022

CELESTA, the first CERN-driven satellite, successfully entered orbit during the maiden flight of Europe’s Vega-C launch vehicle

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Infosys to Acquire BASE

14 July 2022

Infosys has announced a definitive agreement to acquire BASE life science, a European technology and consulting firm in the life sciences industry

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Collaboration explores quantum computing for semiconductor research

13 July 2022

Quantinuum has announced a global collaboration with materials technology leader JSR Corporation of Japan to explore the application of quantum computing methods in semiconductor research.

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Oxford Quantum Circuits raises £38 million Series A funding

06 July 2022

Oxford Quantum Circuits (OQC) has announced raising £38 million in the first close of an on-going Series A investment round

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Life Sciences centre aims to accelerate drug development and enable precision medicine

05 July 2022

Atos and the Wellcome Genome Campus in Cambridgeshire, UK, have announced the official opening of its global Life Sciences Centre of Excellence.

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