The Alan Turing Institute, Alces Flight, Red Oak HPC, Exeter University and CompBioMed talked through issues faced by new fields looking to transition from desktop/workstation to HPC.

With ISC’21 underway the Alces Flight crew is lining up their summer HPC community events — here’s how you can join in.

Doing HPC all on your own is out — here’s why collaboration is in… and here to stay.

HPC services are getting more complex and diversifying — collaboration is now on the rise between companies and institutions looking to play to their strengths and help each other achieve.

Our final part of the series explores the lessons learned from building up the nUCLeus cloud cluster environment for education in HPC— and what that cluster is up to today.

Part two of our three part series on utilising the cloud for education in supercomputing looks at the cloud HPC cluster environment created for the CompBioMed Center of Excellence.

Our three part series on utilising the cloud for education in supercomputing kicks off with a look at the CompBioMed Center of Excellence.

While this year wasn’t what we expected some truly amazing things still happened. Here’s our 2020 year in review.

See what the Flight Crew got up to during this online event

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