Molly Shoichet’s University of Toronto lab is working to identify drugs that will be more efficacious in treating cancer, promote functional repair in blindness through cell transplantation and decrease society’s
Pierre-Olivier Quirion is the switchboard operator at the centre of a consortium working to track COVID-19 strains in Quebec. This Rube-Golberg-like operation starts when a sample is swabbed from inside
Spotlight On: Ian Lewis, Assistant Professor University of Calgary Department of Biological Sciences Ian Lewis has always worked to develop better ways to diagnose infectious diseases. His work always involves
Understanding how machines and structures perform in the ocean has important implications for everything from the way ships manoeuvre to how tidal power turbines respond to massive hydraulic forces. One
June 26, 2016, Ljubljana, Slovenia – Ten students from across Canada began the one week International Summer School on HPC Challenges in Computational Sciences in Ljubljana, Slovenia, courtesy of Compute Canada. This
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) has partnered with Compute Canada, Ontario Centres of Excellence and ThinkData Works to launch the first “Human Dimensions Open Data Challenge” in January 2016. Organized
Compute Canada would like to congratulate Dr. Victoria Kaspi, McGill University astrophysicist and Compute Canada User, on her recent award of the Gerhard Herzberg Gold Medal, Canada’s top science prize.
Toronto – Compute Canada’s advanced research computing resources were the tools used by Dr. Harald Pfeiffer’s team that contributed to one of the world’s most momentous discoveries yesterday. “Compute Canada actually
Compute Canada Asks Research Community to Participate in Pan-Canadian Consultations to Forecast Advanced Research Computing Needs in Canada
December 16, 2015 – Compute Canada launched its second round of consultations with Canada’s researchers and research-intensive institutions to develop the Sustainable Planning for Advanced Research Computing Phase II (SPARC2).
Compute Canada and the Canadian Association of Research Libraries Join Forces to Build a National Research Data Platform
Partnership will enhance research data transfer, storage, preservation and access in Canada to support the knowledge economy. Compute Canada and the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) announced today that
Compute Canada is pleased to congratulate the winning teams of the two Compute Canada scholarships to the June, 2016 Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI), to be held at the University of Victoria. The winning
Roland Santos Computer Systems Specialist for IT Operations and High Performance Computing BC Cancer Agency’s Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre (GSC) Expertise Roland is part of the team responsible for