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Improving European healthcare through cell-based interceptive medicine
A detailed roadmap for earlier detection and more effective treatment of diseases
Unveiling intracellular thermal gradients trough luminescence thermometry
A better understanding of the role of subcellular thermo-generating organelles in the cellular functions through new ways to screen thermal gradients in living cells
Reliability and Reproducibility in Computational Science: can we trust algorithms?
An open source toolkit for more reliable computer simulation results
Evolutionary approaches to cancer nanotherapies
EVO-NANO: modelling, synthesis and validation of new cancer nanotherapies
evFOUNDRY: researchers through pandemic and beyond
evFOUNDRY researchers contribute to face the COVID-19 crisis
Metamaterials tuned by light
A new class of metamaterials sensitive to light showing varying elastic properties once stimulated by a blue-light laser
Maestro: the next-generation solution to the data movement challenge in HPC centers
The new Maestro video uses the analogy with online video conferencing to explain how faster supercomputing are applied to solve the most important challenges in our society
SUNRISE’s latest video – the SUNERGY presentation video
The SUNERGY presentation video released
Joint registry to fight the pandemic
Human Cell Atlas and LifeTime are joining efforts to contribute to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic by creating a joint registry where scientists can share knowledge and other resources
Time Machine Project Scouting Service
A specialised service to support Time Machine members in the preparation of competitive proposals
Supercomputer power to fight COVID-19
PRACE awards 195 million core hours to trap and defeat SARS-CoV-2 – and more to come!
Silencing a quantum drum
HOT developed a small mechanical drum almost unaffected by thermal fluctuations but sensitive to quantum disturbance that can be mitigated by a technique similar to noise-cancelling earphones.