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ESnet and GÉANT upgrade European research network to 200Gbps

12 August 2021

To ensure that data reaches scientists around the world promptly, the US Department of Energy’s Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) and GÉANT, a pan- European data network for the research and education community, recently teamed up to increase the capacity of ESnet’s network loop in Western Europe to 200 Gigabits per second (Gbps)

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BIO-ISAC founded to protect bioeconomy infrastructure

11 August 2021

Dotmatics has announced that Charles Fracchia, vice president of data and founder of BioBright, a Dotmatics company, has been appointed to the Bioeconomy Information Sharing and Analysis Center (BIO-ISAC) board of directors and the executive board.

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Physicists devise a mathematical ‘playground’ to study quantum information

11 August 2021

In a new study from Skoltech and the University of Kentucky, researchers found a new connection between quantum information and quantum field theory

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ETH Zurich develops high-resolution models weather and climate models

09 August 2021

ETH Zurich and several partner organisations are developing a new generation of high-resolution weather and climate models to help them forecast torrential rain and flooding

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Loughborough’s new £1m high-performance computer will transform research

05 August 2021

A new £1.1m high-performance computer has been officially unveiled at Loughborough University

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OSC to provide computing resources for ICICLE NSF AI institute

02 August 2021

OSC will serve as a core collaborator in the new NSF AI Institute for Intelligent Cyberinfrastructure with Computational Learning in the Environment (ICICLE)

Synthace unveils its life sciences R&D cloud

02 August 2021

Synthace has developed a ‘no-code’ cloud platform for life sciences R&D which addresses complexity, speed and reproducibility for scientists while lowering the barrier to automated biological experimentation

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PsiQuantum announces $450 million funding to build a viable quantum computer

30 July 2021

PsiQuantum has raised $450 million in Series D funding to build the world’s first commercially viable quantum computer

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BSC develops an open AI model that can write and understand Spanish

29 July 2021

Researchers at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center have created an open AI system named MarIA that is trained to understand and write Spanish

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Exyte launches its First ExyCell Facility in Shanghai

29 July 2021

Exyte has successfully completed the construction of the first ExyCell facility in China, the CliniMACS Cell Factory of Miltenyi Biotec, a provider of integrated solutions for Advanced Therapy Medical Products (ATMPs)

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IBM Research Europe and Thieme Chemistry collaboration accelerates discovery in organic chemistry

29 July 2021

IBM Research Europe and Thieme Chemistry have announced a collaboration that will accelerate the discovery and potential synthesis of compounds for organic chemistry

NERSC honours eight early career scientists with annual HPC achievement awards

21 July 2021

NERSC recently announced the recipients of its annual High Performance Computing Achievement Awards, recognising eight early-career scientists who have made significant contributions to scientific computation using NERSC resources

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