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BSC stars in Dan Brown’s Origin

In Dan Brown’s fifth instalment of his Robert Langdon series, the hero finds himself in Barcelona whilst searching for a cryptic password and evading an enemy, determined to kidnap him. As part of this thrilling story they mention Barcelona Supercomputing Centre several times and also draw attention to the beautiful Marenostrum supercomputer. In the extract…

US Department of Energy INCITE Supercomputing Award

The INtegrated and Scalable PredictIon of REsistanace (INSPIRE) project aims to lay the foundations for the use of molecular simulation and machine learning to guide precision cancer therapy, in which therapy is tailored to provide maximum benefit to individual patients based on the genetic information about their particular cancer. In recent years, the development of…

Scientific Review of Forschungszentrum Jülich

Prof Peter V Coveney (UCL) has acted as a Program Reviewer for the Helmholtz Association in Germany. Between 23-26 October, he evaluated the work of Forschungszentrum Jülich (FZJ) with a specific remit to review their work in their domain entitled “Decoding the Human Brain”. The Forschungszentrum Jülich conducts research to provide comprehensive solutions to the…

CompBioMed Webinar #1

CompBioMed’s first webinar took place on 22nd November 2017, 11am GMT/12pm CET and is now available below to watch if you missed it, or to rewatch if there was something you missed: HPC simulations of cardiac electrophysiology using patient specific models of the heart (using CHASTE and Alya) The webinar was run by the Computational…