Nvidia Teams with NSCC, SingHealth to Advance Singaporean HPC, Medicine

March 1, 2022

Singapore has worked hard to make its mark in the supercomputing world, predominantly through its National Supercomputing Center (NSCC). Now, at the SupercomputingAsia 2022 (SCA22) conference—itself hosted in Singapore—the NSCC, Nvidia and Singaporean Health Services (SingHealth) announced that they have partnered to expand the nation’s healthcare and medical research through advanced computing. Read more…

From Quantified Self to Personalized Medicine

November 6, 2014

The University of Washington Computer Science and Engineering Distinguished Lecture series recently welcomed Calit2 luminary Larry Smarr to speak on a very inte Read more…

Watson-based Tool Automates Discovery

August 28, 2014

The HPC community has been following IBM's Watson technology since a semi-personified version of the analytics machine became a winning Jeopardy contestant in 2 Read more…

Virtual Human Program Aims to Transform Healthcare

May 19, 2014

Based on the number of prominent research projects currently in the works, 2014 could be a tipping point for the field of personalized medicine and in silico re Read more…

Biomedicine Soars on HPC’s Wings

September 30, 2013

Computing and simulation methods have had a transformative effect on science and research. At a recent conference, prominent experts in biomedicine gathered to discuss HPC's role in transforming the field. Read more…

Supercomputer Bolsters Innovative Stroke Research

September 25, 2013

A group of researchers from UC Berkeley and UCSD used NERSC supercomputing resources to model the efficacy of microbubbles and high-intensity ultrasound for breaking up stroke-causing clots. Read more…

HPC Boosts Medical Physics

September 5, 2013

When it comes to employing physics in medicine, there are two major fields in terms of their relevance in clinical practice: medical imaging and radiation therapy. An Argentinian research duo addresses how these domains can benefit from high-performance computing techniques... Read more…

‘Sherlock’ Applies Problem Solving to Complex Challenges

August 21, 2013

San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) is announcing a bold new cloud and analytics-based initiative, called Sherlock. Established by SDSC with the assistance of SD Technology and Chickasaw Nation Industries, the Sherlock-branded project represents an "extensive portfolio of information technology services for healthcare and government." Read more…

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