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    Peak Performance

    Designed with general purpose users in mind, the Fugaku supercomputer has the performance and energy efficiency of a GPU-accelerated machine but remains easy to program.

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    Crunching The Numbers Of Climate Change

    From short-term weather forecasts to decades-long climate simulations, supercomputers are giving scientists a peek into our planet’s future.

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    Striking A Balance Between Performance And Efficiency

    Given environmental concerns, supercomputers shouldn’t just be fast—they have to be efficient too. Here’s how supercomputing is moving towards a greener future.

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    Supercharging Healthcare Innovation

    From bench to bedside, high performance computers are running simulations, crunching big data and suggesting medical treatments to make healthcare more effective and affordable.

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    The Curious Case Of Asia’s COVID-19 Mortality Rates

    Why is the COVID-19 death rate in Asia three times lower than that of Europe? Lim XiaoZhi examines some possible reasons.

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    Revving Up COVID-19 Research

    With the world racing to fight the coronavirus, Asia’s most powerful supercomputers are entering the fray.

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    Peering Into The CRISPR Crystal Ball

    CRISPR has come a long way since it burst into the public imagination in the last decade. Here’s a glimpse of the top trends in gene editing for 2020 and beyond.

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    Mapping The Brain’s Mysteries

    Scientists across Asia are harnessing the power of synchrotrons and supercomputers to get a comprehensive understanding of the brain.

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    Getting A Headstart On HPC

    As high performance computing grows in relevance in various industries, Singapore Polytechnic is prepping its students for the future from the comfort of their classrooms.

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    On The Cusp Of CRISPR

    When Yoshizumi Ishino first encountered in 1986 the mysterious sequences that would later come to be known as CRISPR, he was as far away from the present day as he was to the discovery of the double helix. Here is the story of what has happened since then.

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    CRISPR Takes Center Stage

    It’s been nearly a decade since CRISPR captured public imagination. As the technology matures, we’ve rounded up some of CRISPR’s most interesting use cases to emerge in recent years.

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    Follow The Money

    Forget speed; 5G is really about transforming the way business is done, says Huawei’s chief technology officer Paul Scanlan.

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    Phones Are Just The Tip Of The 5G Iceberg

    5G is not just an incremental upgrade to existing networks, but a radically new approach to communication.

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    Release The Robots!

    Collaborative robots, or co-bots, are not only creating new business opportunities and changing workplace dynamics, but also bringing with them new risks concerning safety and security.

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    CitySim

    Simulations and edge computing could help to tame some of the complexities of cities and make them more livable places for all, says Charles Catlett, director of the Urban Center for Computation and Data at the University of Chicago.

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    Keeping Smart City Algorithms Accountable

    Although artificial intelligence promises to give city planners unprecedented insight into urban life, humans must remain involved in decision making.

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    Students Take The Stage

    Given time, training and resources, students can achieve amazing feats, as demonstrated by the teams taking part in the 2019 APAC HPC-AI Competition.

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    Not Just Industrious, But Intelligent

    High-performance computing is transforming the face of manufacturing while augmenting the way factories and facilities operate.

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    The Cost Of Cooling

    Today’s supercomputers are more powerful—and hotter—than ever. Continued progress towards exascale computing requires innovative cooling techniques.

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    Tech Doing Good

    From cleaning up mountains of untreated sludge to making railway stations fully solar-powered, technology is an ally to those hoping to solve Asia’s environmental problems.