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11 September 2013

Today, 88% of fish stocks in the European Union are fished beyond their maximum sustainable yield, which has led to a steady decline in average fish size over the past 20 years.

Discover how the iMarine initiative is establishing a vital data infrastructure to help facilitate research in this field and improve fisheries management.



High-level programming languages allow developers to write programs independently of specific computer architecture features. However, as computers add new capabilities and scale up to use more (and heterogeneous) processors, developers often do want to be able to take advantage these features. 

Read about Harlan, a new language that balances the needs of high-level expression while allowing low-level feature access for high-performance.


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