In this video from SC18, Mike Bernhardt from the Exascale Computing Project talked with Salman Habib of Argonne National Laboratory about cosmological computer modeling and simulation. Habib explained that the ExaSky project is focused on developing a caliber of simulation that will use the coming exascale systems at maximal power. Clearly, there will be different types of exascale machines,” he said, “and so they [DOE] want a simulation code that can use not just one type of computer, but multiple types, and with equal efficiency.”
If you’re curious about what the plant down the road is buying, we have some answers for you. And if you’re wondering what types of equipment are popular right now, we’ve looked into that as well. In our 19th Annual Spending Survey, we also looked to identify the change in your approach to quality today as compared to a year ago, the spending on quality equipment and services overall, and the change in the budget within categories. Clear Seas Research, in conjunction with Quality, conducted . . .
Kala Pharmaceuticals has launched its twice-daily ocular corticosteroid Inveltys in the United States, according to a press release.Inveltys (loteprednol etabonate ophthalmic suspension 1%), which uses Kala’s Ampplify mucus-penetrating particle drug delivery technology to enhance penetration into target tissues, is indicated for the treatment of postoperative inflammation and pain after
In Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, audiences were given a dramatically expanded Spider-Man world with different versions of the hero from all across the multiverse coming together to stop Kingpin and the cross-dimensional threat his particle accelerator poses, but it wasn't just a truly fun [...]