News

CompBioMed e-Seminar #29

CompBioMed’s 29th e-seminar took place at on 18 January 2023, titled “OpenMP in the Exascale Era”. Modern supercomputer nodes now contain more than 100 cores, and often several GPUs. This means that the “MPI only” approach to parallel programming is coming under increasing strain and can no longer deliver the ...
Read More

UCL-led team wins time on world’s most powerful computer

A UCL-led team of researchers is to use the world’s first exascale computer to identify a shortlist of potential new drugs for diseases and to better understand how stroke affects the brain. The supercomputer, Frontier, at the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility in Tennessee, US, is the first in the ...
Read More

Learning from pangolins and peacocks: Researchers explore next-gen structural materials

From pangolin scales that can stand up to hard hits to colourful but sturdy peacock feathers, nature can do a lot with a few simple molecules. In a new review paper, Peter Coveney and a team of international researchers have laid out how engineers are taking inspiration from the biological ...
Read More

Premiere of CompBioMed Pandemic Film at the Amsterdam EyeMuseum

CompBioMed will be hosting a free screening at the Amsterdam EyeMuseum from 16:00CET on 2 December 2022. At the event, we will premiere our new film visualising how supercomputers can help combat the next pandemic. The short film, created by the Barcelona Supercomputing Centre, will be followed by a panel discussion ...
Read More

CompBioMed e-Seminar #28

CompBioMed’s 28th e-seminar took place on 23 November 2022 and focused on Predicting and preventing bone fractures with HPC. Femur fracture is a catastrophic event for elderly women, resulting in severe impairment of life quality or even death in many cases. One of the major risk factor is osteoporosis, an ...
Read More

CompBioMed at Le Studium Conference on Cardiovascular Modelling

CompBioMed will be at the Le Studium Conference on “Cardiovascular Modelling: Basic Science to Clinical Translation” to be held in Tours (France) on 13th and 14th December 2022. The symposium is being organised, managed and sponsored by the Le Studium Institute for Advanced Studies – Loire Valley and the INSERM ...
Read More

CompBioMed e-Seminars

Recording Available! Recording Available! Recording Available! Recording Available! Recording Available! Recording Available! Recording Available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! Recording available! ...
Read More

CompBioMed e-Seminar #27

CompBioMed’s 27th e-seminar took place on 19 October 2022 focused on DNA Point Mutations in the Absence and Presence of Electric Fields. DNA mutations can occur spontaneously or can be induced by external factors such as electric fields, intercalators, radiations, etc. One of the point mutation mechanisms, known as the ...
Read More

CompBioMed Session at VPH2022

The CompBiomed centre of excellence organised, in collaboration with the VPH Institute, a special session on the The role of exascale computing in computational biomedicine at the VPH2022 conference in Porto (PL) on Friday 9 September 2022. The session included four speakers from our consortium. Mariano Vasquez (BSC) showed concrete ...
Read More

CompBioMed AHM 2022

The CompBioMed AHM is coming back in person this year from 22-24 June. We will try and host it as a hybrid event with the talks and discussions streamed to those that cannot attend in person. We will be visiting the beautiful city of Bologna at the CINECA site, just ...
Read More
buy valtrex valtrex online