HPC in Research: Analysing more data, more quickly

Article

We chat to Simon Burbidge, Director of Advanced Computing at the University of Bristol about their new 15,000 core, 600 Teraflop HPC system.

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Seven Days in Science -23rd June 2017

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Test your knowledge of what's been happening in the scientific world over the past seven days.

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Genetic Analysis: Introducing an Affordable, Easy-to-use Capillary Electrophoresis Platform

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The SeqStudio Genetic Analyzer is a smart and state-of-the-art system that provides researchers with a truly plug and play system.

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Could CRISPR Help End Mosquito-borne Diseases?
Could CRISPR Help End Mosquito-borne Diseases?
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Scientists have demonstrated a way to edit the genome of disease-carrying mosquitoes that brings us closer to suppressing them on a continental scale.

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Rare Gene Mutation Reveals How the Body Responds to the Common Cold
Rare Gene Mutation Reveals How the Body Responds to the Common Cold
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Analyzing a rare genetic mutation in a child helped researchers discover how the immune system responds to common cold viruses.

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360 New Disease Models Identified in Lab Mouse Study
360 New Disease Models Identified in Lab Mouse Study
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The research, which generated over 20 million pieces of data, has found 360 new disease models and provides 28,406 new descriptions of the genes’ effects on mouse biology and disease.

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Secrets of the Genome: How pythons regenerate their organs
Secrets of the Genome: How pythons regenerate their organs
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The University of Texas at Arlington researchers use supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to study snake evolution, unique traits.

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Recycling Old Genes to Gain New Functions
Recycling Old Genes to Gain New Functions
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Amid the incredible diversity of living things on our planet, there is a common theme. Organisms need to acquire new genes, or change the functions of existing genes, in order to adapt and survive.

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Long-read Genome Sequencing Used for First Time in a Patient
Long-read Genome Sequencing Used for First Time in a Patient
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Stanford scientists have used a next-generation technology called long-read sequencing to diagnose a patient’s rare genetic condition that current technology failed to diagnose.

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