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Results show demand for resources and expertise is growing year upon year, making Compute Canada’s national platform consolidation and renewal critical to supporting Canadian research, discovery and innovation.
Long-time Compute Canada user and Queen’s professor wins Nobel Prize in Physics
Compute Canada and its regional partners (ACENET, Calcul Québec, Compute Ontario and WestGrid) are pleased to announce the institutions nominated to host national advanced research computing (ARC) systems in Compute Canada’s next round of infrastructure funding.
Compute Canada and CANARIE, two critical components of Canada’s national digital infrastructure supporting research, education and innovation, today announced the launch of GenAP, a tool that enables Canadian researchers to easily access and use genomic data to advance our knowledge of human health and disease.
Compute Canada awards more than $71 million in advanced computing competition to support world-class innovation and research
Spanning nearly every aspect of society — from designing new jet airplanes to treating diseases — advanced research computing is the backbone for research, discovery and innovation. Compute Canada supports world-class research, ranging from answering the profound questions of the universe to designing better automobiles.