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Making cross-border cancer research collaboration safe and secure

Health & Medicine Life Sciences CSC (Finland) GÉANT (Europe) SURF (Netherlands)

SURF's Research Cloud makes cutting-edge collaborative cancer research faster, more cost-effective and more impactful.

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Powerful network supports new ways of exhibiting and preserving digital media

Arts & Culture AARNet (Australia)

AARNet’s high-performing low-latency network underpins exhibitions and public programs and collaborations hat are driving innovations in media, technology and user experience for museums.

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Chile builds a connectivity hub to support Antarctic research

Climate Science RedCLARA (Latin America) REUNA (Chile)

Researchers can look forward to improved connectivity at a popular gateways to the Antarctic continent.  The national research and education network of Chile, REUNA, and its regional counterpart for Latin America, RedCLARA, have joined forces to create a PoP (Point of Presence) in the Chilean harbour city of Punto Arenas. Supplying connectivity for Antarctic researchers... View Article

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Research & education networks solve real-world problems

National and regional research & education networks traverse our planet, providing ultra high-speed connectivity and tailor-made services that underpin scientific discovery, foster global collaborations and unlock access to education. This blog features fascinating stories from around the world about people and projects empowered by these networks to make a difference.

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Improving connectivity for vocational education in South Africa

South African Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges have received a broadband boost, which will improve the teaching and learning experience for many students across the nation.

Relief ahead for dry irritated eyes with help from supercomputing

Gazing into computer screens for hours contributes to millions of people suffering from dry eye syndrome. Backed by supercomputing, Finnish researchers suggest better eye drop treatment.

The science behind a cycling victory

When Danish cyclist Jonas Vingegaard triumphed in the 2022 edition of the world’s largest cycling event, the Tour de France, supercomputing played a part. Wind tunnel trials helped his Jumbo Visma team optimize aerodynamics.

Mapping Europe’s wind energy resource

In a world craving renewable and zero-carbon energy, the economic and societal importance of wind power has become huge.

Optical fibre: a new way of monitoring earthquakes

A huge network of optical fibre runs underground across Australia, delivering the internet on light pulses. Optical fibre is very sensitive to vibration, making it an option for recording the Earth’s tremors.

Preparing for great strides forward in Oregon tribal connectivity

Link Oregon, is partnering with Oregon tribes, along with the Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC), the University of Oregon (UO), and Oregon State University (OSU), to improve internet connectivity for tribal communities in Oregon.