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  • IBM Research Computational Biology Center to use Blue Gene

    IBM Research Computational Biology Center to use Blue Gene


    Date added: 2010-02-11


    IBM is working with organisations around the world on areas such as: bioinformatics, genomics, proteomics, biochemistry, drug discovery, cancer research, brain research, avian influenza and pandemic research, information based medicine, and health informatics.

     

     

     



  • Blue Gene chip

    Blue Gene chip


    Date added: 2010-02-11


    IBM’s Blue Gene/P supercomputer will serve as the high performance computing foundation for much of the VLSCI and collaboratory’s work. Blue Gene's speed and scalability have enabled business and science to address a wide range of complex problems and make more informed decisions -- not just in the life sciences, but also in astronomy, climate, energy and many other areas.

     

     

     



  • IBM Blue Gene

    IBM Blue Gene


    Date added: 2010-02-11


    Scientists from the Victorian Life Sciences Computational Initiative (VLSCI) at the University of Melbourne and the IBM Research Computational Biology Center will use high performance computing – including IBM’s Blue Gene supercomputer – to study human disease.

     

     

     


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