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CompBioMed research wins the 11th IEEE International Scalable Computing Challenge

Our work executing and managing large and complex campaigns of ligand binding simulations (using our domain specific middleware, HTBAC) has won the 11th IEEE International Scalable Computing Challenge (SCALE 2018) at the IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud, and Grid Computing (CCGrid) 2018 held in Washington DC. The prize rewards ...
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SCALE 2018 Award for Rutgers and UCL team

The work of Rutgers (Associate Partner) with UCL, executing and managing large and complex campaigns of ligand binding simulations (using our domain specific middleware, HTBAC), has won the 11th IEEE International Scalable Computing Challenge (SCALE 2018) at the IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud, and Grid Computing (CCGrid) 2018 held ...
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PolNet software released under General License

A recent paper published through a collaboration of our coordinator, UCL, with our Associate Partner at the Centre for Medical Informatics at the University of Edinburgh, outlines the use and release of the PolNet software tool. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bpj.2018.03.032 PolNet is a software tool for the computer simulation of blood flow in ...
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Hands-on Introduction to HPC for life scientists training at EPCC, Edinburgh

The course is organised and funded by BioExcel – the Centre of Excellence for Computational Biomolecular Research (http://bioexcel.eu), and PRACE, and delivered in collaboration with ARCHER – the UK national supercomputing service (http://archer.ac.uk) ...
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Dr Elisa Passini from University of Oxford wins the international 3Rs prize

At the University of Oxford, in the group of Professor Blanca Rodriguez and Dr Alfonso Bueno-Orovio, Dr Elisa Passini has won the International 3Rs Prize for computer modelling that predicts human cardiac safety better than animal studies. Their winning paper, in collaboration with Janssen Pharmaceutica describes the use of human-based ...
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Multiscale Modelling and Simulation Workshop, 15th edition

Deadline extended to Feb 1st 2018! Call for papers for the Multiscale Modelling and Simulation Workshop, 15th edition. The workshop will be held at the International Conference on Computational Science, Wuxi, China, home to the world’s largest supercomputer, on 11-13 June 2018. For more information, follow the link ...
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Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) to build SuperMUC-NG

Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) have announced that they have signed a contract with Intel and Lenovo to build SuperMUC-NG, which will be the next generation of their supercomputers. SuperMUC-NG will be capable of 26.7 petaflops at its theoretical peak, representing a five-fold increase in computing power over the current SuperMUC ...
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The cross-subsidy of research by teaching is a myth

Peter Coveney and Chris Greenwell have authored an article “The cross-subsidy of research by teaching is a myth” on Times Higher Education (THE), the article addresses the fiction of academic research being loss-making, which is used to draw more money to the centres of universities. You can read the article ...
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Research Associate in Computational Molecular Dynamics at UCL

A CompBioMed job vacancy is now available at UCL, deadline for applications is Jan 5th. The post is for a Research Associate in Computational Molecular Dynamics. For more information, please follow the link ...
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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 ...
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