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Photonics100 nominations extended until 6 October

29 September 2022

The Photonics100 list of our industry's most innovative people has extended its deadlines for nominations until midnight (GMT) on Thursday, 6 October. Vote now to make sure your R&D heroes are included!

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Quantinuum sets new record with highest ever quantum volume

29 September 2022

Quantinuum President and COO Tony Uttley announced three major accomplishments during his keynote address at the IEEE Quantum Week event in Colorado. 

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BSC leads the European Climateurope2 project

28 September 2022

The European project Climateurope2, commenced this week with the Barcelona Supercomputing Center leading the project which aims to address the need for timely delivery and effective use of climate information

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Partnership aims to enhance digital lab connectivity

21 September 2022

Scitara has announced a partnership with Agilent to integrate its Scientific Integration Platform SIP with Agilent’s Software and Informatics Division

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QCI launches quantum subscription service

20 September 2022

Quantum Computing (QCI) a provider of accessible quantum computing has announced the launch of a subscription service that provides access to its Dirac 1 Entropy Quantum Computing (EQC) system. 

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NSF invests in bio-inspired systems

20 September 2022

The US National Science Foundation has announced a $30 million investment to support new interdisciplinary, fundamental research projects for the Emerging Frontiers in Research and Innovation, or EFRI, program

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Research demonstrates large-scale coherent quantum annealing

17 September 2022

D-Wave, a provider of annealing and gate-model quantum computers, has published a peer-reviewed milestone study of the first large-scale demonstration of coherent quantum annealing.

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DOE announces funding to advance bioenergy technology

14 September 2022

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced $178 million for bioenergy research to advance sustainable technology breakthroughs

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Software aims to accelerate mRNA and RNA therapeutic development

12 September 2022

Benchling has introduced capabilities for designing, modelling, and studying natural and chemically modified RNA in a single solution

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NASA selects RISC-V processor for future space missions

07 September 2022

NASA has selected SiFive to provide the core CPU for NASA’s High-Performance Spaceflight Computing (HPSC) processor

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DOE announces $23.9 million for research on data management and scientific data visualisation

04 September 2022

The research will advance big data movement and analysis, develop tools for visually exploring data and communicating results

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Intel improves interactive learning for robots with neuromorphic computing

04 September 2022

Intel’s neuromorphic research chip ‘Loihi’ has been used to demonstrate real-time learning with up to a 175x improvement in energy usage - paving the way for more energy-efficient neuromorphic computing systems

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