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Catch Up on SES Big Data

The SES Big Data: Innovation in Analysis, Usability and Curation event was held on 18th September 2015.  Featuring talks from key researchers at SES institutions and …

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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
Case Study

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.

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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.

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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, …

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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 …

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From biodiesel to detergents

At the University of Oxford, Nathalie Willems is using the Emerald supercomputer in research that could bring about major benefits in a number of industrial …

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Patient-specific Drug Choice

Choosing the right drug for a patient with cancer is a complicated challenge. There is such a wide range of options, and it can be …

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Stable compounds of Gallium, Indium and Thallium in the +2 oxidation state

In a paper published in Nature Chemistry, a team of experimental chemists from the Universities of Oxford, Monash and Queensland, in collaboration with computational chemists …