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Technology used for studying other planets is being repurposed to improve emergency care on earth.
Whether its carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from power stations, methane (CH4) leaks from natural gas wells or carbon credits, greenhouse gases (GHGs) keep hitting the headlines.
Scientists have developed the most sensitive Micro Electromechanical gravity Sensor (MEMS) ever.
Using supercomputer Blue Wonder, the Hartree Centre has helped Unilever slash many months and tens of thousands of pounds from the design process, whilst delivering the best consumer experience for new laundry liquid products.
A collaborative research project is using the STFC Hartree Centre’s supercomputers to develop new methods of blood pump simulation, which could assist in the improvement of devices that prolong lives of people with heart disease.
The international E-CAM project is enabling industry to reap the benefits of modelling and simulation through access to training, applications and expertise in high performance computing (HPC).
Working with major names in the industry, the Hartree Centre is a partner in the powerful ADDoPT collaboration that aims to secure the UK’s place at the forefront of new pharmaceutical development.
Menatech Limited is an engineering consultancy that supports the development of emerging innovative technologies, such as tidal and hydro turbine development or high capacity filtration systems.
Visualisation and Virtual Reality (VR) company, Virtalis, has expanded its product range with a specialist software developed for and demonstrated at the STFC Hartree Centre. Visualisations make complex information, such as a molecular structure, or the design of a car, easier to illustrate.
The STFC Hartree Centre has provided critical assistance to simulation company 3DSIM to optimise its software, which reduces the risk of failure during metal 3D printing.