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9 November 2011

Sustainable data management and preservation is one of the major problems facing scientists today. Now, the newly-launched EUDAT project has its sights on creating a pan-European solution to the challenge of data proliferation in Europe's scientific and research communities.

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The UltraScan web portal and supercomputers help researchers find deeper insight into the purity, structure, and behavior of proteins, DNA, and RNA.

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Finding better materials for clean energy technologies takes far too long - 18 years from concept to commercialization. But computing could change that.

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