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Collaboration Casts New Light On Quantum Dots

As part of a close and fruitful collaboration dating back to 2003, Rachel Oliver, Professor of Materials Science at Cambridge, and Robert Taylor, Professor of …

Bringing HPC Alive

Last Thursday 21st April, Oxford Advanced Research Computing (ARC) and SES hosted the annual ARC High Performance Computing Showcase at Oxford E-research Centre to feature …

How HPC is Boosting Cutting-Edge Biology

High Performance Computing (HPC) is adding momentum to the evolution of biological science and a revolution in our understanding of how biological systems function – …

Why Use High Performance Computing with Dr. Vincent

We sat down with Dr. Peter Vincent to gain some insight into his research at Vincent Lab ( Dr. Vincent has been a key user …

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Computer Code Solves a Quantum Mechanical Problem

A unique computer code that can model systems comprising thousands of atoms is driving fresh scientific discoveries

Teaming Up to Drive New Nanoelectronics Discoveries

UCL and Cambridge University are spearheading inter-institutional research aimed at generating new knowledge on the properties of electrons in nanoscale semiconductors – with equipment-sharing making …

Artist's conception illustrating the brown dwarf named 2MASSJ22282889-431026 Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

HPC Adds Extra Dimension To The Search For Extraterrestrial Life

The SES consortium’s Emerald supercomputer is providing UCL astrophysicists with the computing firepower they need to help pinpoint exoplanets capable of supporting alien lifeforms.

Imaging Software Bring the Brain into Fuller Focus

Innovative software developed at the Oxford Centre for Functional MRI of the Brain (FMRIB) is on track to improve our understanding of the mind’s innermost …

Case study: Computing Power helps researchers unlock DNAs mysteries

Computing Power Helps Researchers Unlock DNA’s Mysteries

oxDNA, a novel computer model developed at the University of Oxford, is shedding light on how DNA behaves – underpinning valuable breakthroughs in fields such as improved drug delivery within the human body.

Combined codes for chemistry research

Iridis distributed memory computing cluster can handle the vast calculations needed to develop new methodologies in scientific research, including chemistry.

Solving unsteady fluid flows with Hyperflux

An Innovate UK- and EPSRC-funded project called Hyperflux is bringing together industry and academia to tackle the problem of modeling unsteady fluid flow. Peter Vincent, …

Slowing the ageing process

By 2024, it’s estimated that over half of the population of the UK will be over 50 years old. That statistic has implications both for …