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    The Women Changing The Face Of HPC

    Against all odds, women are taking the world of high performance computing by storm. Find out how two stellar researchers are advancing commercial computing and driving collaboration in the region.

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    Powering Through The Pandemic With Supercomputers

    By performing trillions of calculations per second, supercomputers are accelerating COVID-19 diagnosis and the development of test kits and vaccines to help scientists combat the pandemic.

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    Averting Asia’s Water Crisis

    Through high-speed, high-resolution exascale computing, researchers and citizen scientists are tackling water stress across Asia by discovering better ways to treat water and monitor its flow.

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    Turning The Tide With AI And HPC

    By harnessing both artificial intelligence and high performance computing in one powerful model, scientists from Japan are making real-time tsunami prediction more accessible.

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    Under Quantum Lock And Key

    China leads the world in quantum key distribution (QKD) technology, which promises to lay the foundations for an ‘unhackable’ quantum internet.

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    Tracking The Trackers

    Given the diversity of Asia, it’s no surprise that COVID-19 tracking apps across the continent are also powered by an assortment of frontier technologies.

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    Keeping An Eye On IoT

    Our devices may be able to track our every move, but behind the scenes, experts are working hard to ensure that cyber criminals do not gain access to this information.

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    Prioritizing Patient Privacy

    Big data and big privacy typically don’t go hand-in-hand, but designing healthcare technologies with privacy in mind could be the key to their widespread adoption.

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    All In The Genes

    Precision medicine could reveal the secrets of Asia’s collective DNA without carrying the risks of consumer genetic testing. Here’s how.

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    Up And Coming Quantum Applications Across Asia

    From providing solutions for data security issues to air pollution, Asia is leveraging quantum technology across all domains.

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    The Quantum Leap From Lab To Life

    There’s no need to look far into the future—quantum technologies are already bringing exciting solutions to Asia, in diverse areas such as communications and biomedicine.

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    Southeast Asia’s Supercomputing Sights

    International or even regional travel might not be possible right now, but Southeast Asia still has much to offer the world when it comes to supercomputing.

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    Setting A Course For Supercomputing

    From molecular modeling to formulating facial wash, the world of high performance computing has much to offer students from different fields and passions.

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    Accelerating HPC Adoption Across ASEAN

    High performance computing could help the many talented scientists, engineers and businesses in Southeast Asia reach their full potential.

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    Posits: Coming Soon To Hardware Near You

    With applications in artificial intelligence and extensive hardware compatibility, high-accuracy posit arithmetic is set to rewrite the standard for computing.

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    The Silver Lining On COVID’s Dark Cloud

    From cross-border collaborations to advancing accessibility, supercomputers play an important role in helping the world recover from COVID-19.

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    How Vietnam Beat COVID

    The small, densely-packed, developing country of Vietnam is proving to poor and rich countries alike that it doesn’t take a revolutionary approach to contain a pandemic-causing virus.

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    The Vaccine Vanguard

    Vaccines are our best shot at finally overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s a review on how vaccines work and where Asia’s leading vaccine candidates stand.

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    Behind The Mask

    Move over, designer bags and sneakers—the biggest fashion trend in the post-COVID world is the face mask.

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    In It For The Long Haul

    The phenomenon of long COVID shows that recovering from acute disease isn’t the end. What comes next matters too.