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11 January 2012

Experts reflect on the past and future

What happened in 2011 that will be significant for the world of scientific computing? How will 2012 differ? To find out, we consulted experts from around the world.

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Researchers rely on computing power to study the universe's most fundamental particles.

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To sort through an Arabic language database and separate words according to their root might take an ordinary person about a year. But Majdi Sawalha did it in less than a week.

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