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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). Their neural network trained on high-resolution maps of protein-DNA interactions uncovers subtle DNA sequence patterns throughout the genome, thus providing a deeper understanding of how these sequences are organised to regulate genes.

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

Open Orphan to begin world's first Covid-19 human challenge model

17 February 2021

Open Orphan, a specialist pharmaceutical services clinical research organisation (CRO) has been approved to develop the world’s first Covid-19 human challenge model, which will take place in the UK.

Fujitsu partnership aims to solve problems related to Covid-19 with quantum-inspired technology

12 February 2021

Fujitsu has announced a partnership with Entanglement to demonstrate and validate the capabilities of its Digital Annealer (DA), a quantum-inspired computing platform to address large scale logistical combinatorial optimisation challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic

Czech Hydrometeorological Institute puts NEC supercomputer into operation

12 February 2021

Researchers at the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (CHMI) will be able to make use of a new supercomputing system for high-resolution climate modelling.

The new system will be used for climate research. For example, it will help to predict the future frequency and intensity of drought periods, and the change of extremity of weather phenomena like flash floods and strong winds. 

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Ferrari proves HUD concept can enhance racing safety

04 February 2021

A collaboration between Ansys and Ferrari has driven innovation in heads-up displays (HUD) for use in elite racing

The University of Pisa bolsters its remote education and medical research projects using NVMe storage

03 February 2021

The University of Pisa is using Dell EMC PowerStore, to accelerate its infrastructure modernisation efforts in the face of changing remote learning and research demands

HPC modelling tool uncovers NO2 pollution in Barcelona

27 January 2021

Some 20 per cent of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) concentrations from vehicles in Barcelona are due to diesel cars and vans that largely exceed the European Union legal emission limits

Dotmatics collaboration to provide a single software interface for lab digitalisation

26 January 2021

Dotmatics, a scientific informatics software and services company has announced a partnership with HighRes Biosolutions (HighRes), that will enable scientists to plan experiments and run instruments from the ELN

Machine-Learning research opens path for edge learning

20 January 2021

Researchers at CEA-Leti have demonstrated how resistive-RAM (RRAM), or memristor, technology can be used to create intelligent systems for use in edge learning

Image from the NERC Earth Observation Data Acquisition and Analysis Service (NEODAAS) Copernicus Sentinel 2B Data

Environmental researchers benefit from HPC resources

14 January 2021

UK environmental researchers will be able to access a new high performance computing (HPC) facility at the Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML), developed to help scientists to apply artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning models to Earth observation data

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