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March 20th, 2007

University of the Basque Country acquires supercomputer

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Actually, 29 research groups are working with this new infrastructure in different projects such as: study of the toxicity of aluminium and its possible relation with Alzheimer, study of the atmosphere of Jupiter and Saturn, study of new materials for their use in fuel cells, study of bacterian genome, computational intelligence, spectroscope of functionalised nanotubes, fluorescent biomarkers for biology and pharmacology, nanotechnology, study in nanostructures, design of pharmaceutical drugs, molecular study of proteins, anaesthetics, laser colorants, ablation by laser, magnetic materials for hard discs, flexible elements in robot design, materials and structures for nanotechnology, theoretical studies in Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Mathematics, and so on.

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