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Cambridge Quantum releases an open-source quantum natural language processing toolkit and library

13 October 2021

Cambridge Quantum has announced the release of a toolkit and library for Quantum Natural Language Processing (QNLP). The toolkit is called lambeq, named after the late mathematician and linguist Joachim Lambek

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HCL Partners with Google Cloud

12 October 2021

HCL Technologies (HCL) has expanded its strategic partnership with Google Cloud to launch healthcare and life sciences solutions

IBM and Raytheon Technologies collaborate on AI, cryptography and quantum technologies

12 October 2021

IBM and Raytheon Technologies have announced a collaboration to jointly develop advanced artificial intelligence (AI), cryptographic and quantum solutions for the aerospace, defence and intelligence industries

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Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2021 for editor and authors of Thieme Chemistry

08 October 2021

This year’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes to Benjamin List, Germany, and David MacMillan, USA, for the development of asymmetric organocatalysis

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Brooks Automation open a biorepository to accelerate personalised medicine research

08 October 2021

The two-story biorepository is managed by Azenta Life Sciences, Brooks' recently re-branded life sciences division, and includes ultra-cold and cryogenic storage for researchers at Cleveland Clinic and other institutions

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OCF and Run:AI partnership aims to improve the management of AI workloads

05 October 2021

OCF, high-performance computing (HPC), storage, cloud and AI integrator, has partnered with Run:AI, a cloud-native compute management platform for the acceleration of AI

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CliniSys to provide a single laboratory information system for Northern Ireland

01 October 2021

CliniSys has won a major contract to deploy a single laboratory information system across Northern Ireland as part of a modernisation programme to create a world-class pathology service for the country

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Two NHS hospitals implement closed-loop medication supply using FHIR standards

29 September 2021

The University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust will be the first to implement NHS closed-loop medication supply using FHIR standards to improve the safety and speed of hospital pharmacy processes.

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Open wearables initiative highlights standards in open-source algorithms

28 September 2021

The Open Wearables Initiative (OWEAR), which promotes and facilitates the use of open-source algorithms for digital medicine, has announced a new program designed to identify and support open-source algorithms that are being adopted rapidly and may become de facto industry standards.

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Asetek pulls out of the HPC market

24 September 2021

In a press release update on the company's full-year 2021 expectations, Asetek notes that disruptions caused by new and ongoing Covid-19 shut-downs in China disrupting Asetek'supply chain the company has decided to exit the High Performing Computing (HPC) market

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HPC accelerates research at the University of Birmingham

16 September 2021

The University of Birmingham has upgraded its datacentre with a new supercomputer from Lenovo which is enhancing the universities research capabilities

Cresset announces a collaboration to repurpose therapeutics for oncology targets

15 September 2021

Cresset Discovery Services, a provider of contract research services for early phase drug discovery, has announced it will collaborate with the University of Newcastle, Australia to focus on drug reprofiling against oncology targets

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