A collaboration between the Victorian Life Sciences Computational Initiative (VLSCI) and the IBM Research Computational Biology Center will see a Blue Gene supercomputer installed at the University of Melbourne.
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HTML clipboardThe world's newest synchrotron has opened in Shanghai, but even though it is now only the second-youngest the Australian Synchrotron powers on with fantastic research.

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Richard Farnsworth, head of IT and controls at the Australian Synchrotron, in a series of podcasts for iTWire, continues his fascinating insights into the control engineering and information technology used to operate this world-class particle accelerator. This final episode covers the booster and storage rings, the beamlines, and their controls.

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