With the year almost over we look back at the debates, controversies, and achievements in the world of science and computing. Read our countdown of iSGTW’s most popular stories of 2012.
To improve understanding of cosmic radiation, high-speed research networks are enabling astrophysicists to send terabytes of data across continents, between China and Italy.
The Higgs boson-like particle has been turned into music. Not only is this a way to bridge the gap between science and the public, but it could enable researchers to hear their work in a new light.
Positrons make no sound. But with a little help from the grid, music composer Domenico Vicinanza is giving positrons a voice to lift in song.
RT @ISChpc: Grid-Cast published several short blog items about #ISC13 http://t.co/Xs5VA89ble”
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Mid Eastern Respiratory Syndrome, Horizon 2020, big data, & CERN's new data center. All in our new issue — out now! http://t.co/HTURjHL82Q
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"Moore's Law is alive and well" — but is that enough?
Our latest post from #ISC13 on @e_scitalk's GridCast blog: http://t.co/WE77DuJzQN
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