BenevolentAI, a company that develops and applies artificial intelligence for scientific innovation, has announced it has hired Dr Nathan Brown BSc (Hons) FRSC, as its new Head of Cheminformatics following the promotion of Mark Davies from Head of Cheminformatics at BenevolentAI to VP Biomedical Informatics earlier in the year.
Bioinformatics software company Biomatters has announced that it has opened new offices in Denmark and made key management appointments in North America, Europe, and Asia to service growing demand from enterprises involved in biologic drug development.
ANSYS, a provider of engineering simulation software, announced that it has acquired Computational Engineering International, the developer of a suite of products that helps engineers and scientists analyze, visualize and communicate simulation data
Atos, has announced a commercially available machine-system capable of simulating up to 40 quantum bits (Qubits).
Elsevier, the information analytics company specialising in science and health, has announced the 45 finalists for the 2017 Reaxys PhD Prize
Cray has today announced that it has been awarded a contract with the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) - valued at more than $18 million - to provide NIWA and its partner, the New Zealand eScience Infrastructure (NeSI), with three Cray supercomputers – two Cray XC50 supercomputers and a Cray CS400 cluster supercomputer
Finnish biomedical startup Nightingale Health has announced today CE Marking for its blood biomarker analysis platform. The CE mark enables the clinical use of the analysis service and the analysed measures of creatinine and glucose in the EU region
Computer Simulation Technology (CST), part of SIMULIA, a Dassault Systèmes brand, announces the release of CST STUDIO SUITE Student Edition 2017 at MTT-S IMS, booth #1332
Bright Computing, a provider of cluster and cloud infrastructure automation software, has announced that the latest generation of Bright Cluster Manager, version 8.0, includes support for Microsoft Azure
Robert Roe looks at research from the University of Alaska that is using HPC to change the way we look at the movement of ice sheets
Robert Roe talks to cooling experts to find out what innovation lies ahead for HPC users