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Quantinuum introduces InQuanto

09 June 2022

Quantinuum has released, InQuanto, a quantum computational chemistry software platform that makes it easy for computational chemists to experiment with a wide range of quantum algorithms on today’s quantum computers.

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Research project aims to treat blood cancer using medicinal chemistry

08 June 2022

Two European companies have been awarded an €800K ($842K) grant from EUREKA Eurostars for their three-year EPIGENEXT joint project

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ORNL’s Frontier breaks the Exaflop ceiling

02 June 2022

The latest edition of the TOP500 revealed the Frontier system to be the first true exascale machine with an HPL score of 1.102 Exaflop/s.

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CLOUD discovers how aerosols rapidly form and grow at high altitude

26 May 2022

A research project exploring the connection between galactic cosmic rays and cloud formation has discovered that Aerosol particles can form and grow in Earth’s upper troposphere

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Qlucore adds another cancer diagnostics area

25 May 2022

Qlucore has announced a new collaboration in the field of precision diagnostics to develop solutions for improved clinical diagnostics of bladder cancer

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Centre of Excellence in emerging digital technologies officially opens in Liverpool

24 May 2022

The University of Liverpool’s Digital Innovation Facility (DIF), a £12.7 million Centre of Excellence in emerging digital technologies, has officially opened.

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OpenDialog AI launches with $5M seed funding

24 May 2022

OpenDialog AI, a newly launched company setting out to unlock the potential of conversational AI technology, has raised $5m in its initial seed round of funding

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Doctor Bipasha Chakraborty is awarded the UK Joseph Fourier Prize

12 May 2022

Atos UK and Ireland and the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree Centre have awarded the Joseph Fourier Prize to Doctor Bipasha Chakraborty

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Computational scientists boost the skin’s natural defences

10 May 2022

Computational scientists have found that vitamin B3 could be used to boost the skin’s natural defences, according to a recent study

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Biology software accelerates antibody research and therapies

10 May 2022

Dotmatics, a provider of scientific software connecting science, data, and decision-making, has announced the release of its Biology Solution for Antibody Discovery, an end-to-end software and data management package

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MIT to launch Office of Research Computing and Data

09 May 2022

MIT is launching a new effort to ensure that its research community has access to the advanced computing resources and data management services they need to do their best work

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Ayar Labs Raises $130 Million to commercialise optical I/O

27 April 2022

Ayar Labs has announced that it has secured $130 million in additional financing led by Boardman Bay Capital Management to drive the commercialisation of its optical I/O solution to support next-generation computing architectures

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