Europe to Dish out €270 Million to Build RISC-V Hardware and Software

December 16, 2022

The European Union will release €270 million in funds as it tries to attain technology independence by building chips based on the open RISC-V instruction set Read more…

Nvidia, Intel to Power Atos-Built MareNostrum 5 Supercomputer

June 16, 2022

The long-troubled, hotly anticipated MareNostrum 5 supercomputer finally has a vendor: Atos, which will be supplying a system that includes both Nvidia and Inte Read more…

Supercomputer Simulations Show How Paxlovid, Pfizer’s Covid Antiviral, Works

February 3, 2022

Just about a month ago, Pfizer scored its second huge win of the pandemic when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued another emergency use authorization Read more…

EuroHPC Restarts Procurement for MareNostrum5

December 21, 2021

Call it a New Year’s resolution: the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking—which serves as the concerted supercomputing play of the European Union—has issued a new ca Read more…

Amid a Canceled Tender, More Details of MareNostrum 5 (Finally) Emerge

June 28, 2021

Last October, the executive director of the EuroHPC JU – Anders Dam Jensen – said that with respect to MareNostrum 5 (the final pre-exascale EuroHPC system), “the tendering process was in its very final phase” and that “there would be announcements on that in the coming weeks.” Eight months later, the system’s status is still set to “it’s complicated.” Now, thanks to a brief presentation from... Read more…

Supercomputer Research Forecasts More Rain for Europe Under a Warmer Climate

June 4, 2021

As supercomputers become more powerful, the climate of the future is coming into sharper and sharper focus. In this case, it’s the climate of Europe and the N Read more…

Supercomputing Study Ties Barcelona’s Excess Pollution to Diesel Exhaust

January 29, 2021

Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) pollution, which largely stems from fossil fuel combustion, can have serious impacts on human health, including decreased lung function, Read more…

Supercomputer Research Leads to Human Trial of Potential COVID-19 Therapeutic Raloxifene

October 29, 2020

Six months of patient trials with the ostensible COVID-19 therapeutic remdesivir have cast serious doubt on its ability to even reduce the severity of COVID-19, Read more…

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