Research stories

Concept illustration of the Belle II detector

Belle II: Finding the balance between matter and antimatter

High-Throughput Compute and Storage solutions for Belle II’s computational challenges


A new method to image a molecule’s electrostatic forces

Czech physicists find a new way to picture electrostatic forces and learn more about chemical properties

Humpback whale

When did whales and dolphins become adapted to life underwater?

How cetaceans evolved key genetic adaptations for their aquatic lifestyle after they separated from their close relatives, the hippos

3d rendered close up of viruses and bacteria

Modelling bacterial iron piracy from plant proteins

The HADDOCK portal helps to show that bacteria have a special drawbridge to steal iron from plant proteins

Copyright : Julien Bolmont / Collaboration HESS / CNRS Photothèque

H.E.S.S.: a window to the high energy universe

High-Throughput Compute services to unlock the puzzle of cosmic rays


CTA: the world’s leading gamma-ray observatory

High-Throughput Compute and Storage solutions for CTA’s computational challenges

Illustration of a Seismometer machine with red waveform

What happened during the Amatrice earthquake?

How the VERCE platform helped seismologists to make sense of a natural catastrophe


Stalking epilepsy

How High-Throughput Compute may help to find a brain activity marker that predicts epilepsy development


New biomarkers for multiple sclerosis

How the VIP platform developed in France is helping scientists based in Sweden to research new ways to monitor the progress of multiple sclerosis.

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The genetics of Salmonella infections

How Cloud Compute helped scientists to understand what happens during when a human cell meets Salmonella

Morelia viridis

New viruses implicated in fatal snake disease

How the Chipster platform helped virologists to make sense of millions of virus genomes


Cracking Goldbach’s Conjecture

How High-Throughput Compute helped mathematicians to tackle an old problem

Main Belt Comet

Are comets born in asteroid collisions?

How High-Throughput Compute helped astronomers to find out where main-belt comets come from.


Designing better antibiotics

How High-Throughput Compute helped to develop antibiotics with less side effects but equally powerful against fungi


Modelling earthquakes in Thessaloniki

Predicting earthquakes is impossible, but High-Throughput Compute helps to anticipate their effects


Improving digital security with natural selection

How scientists from the Czech Republic trialed new cryptanalysis methods with inspiration from the theory of evolution and the help of High-Throughput Compute


Does combat stress have a long-term effect on attention and memory?

How High-Throughput Compute is helping to understand the effects of combat on soldiers’ brains


Is Andromeda II galaxy the result of a merger?

How scientists from Poland used High-Throughput Compute to find an explanation for the origins of a galaxy that fits astronomical observations


3D liver maps using magnetic resonance imaging

How High-Throughput Compute helps to develop alternative, non-invasive techniques to diagnose and monitor liver fibrosis


Making sense of seismic noise

How High-Throughput Compute helps scientists to correlate data from millions of calculations to unveil the rock structure of an oil field under the North Sea


On the double: how high metabolic rates accelerate evolution

How High-Throughput Compute helps to show how new species of cold-blooded animals appear faster in warmer climates


EGI Case Studies

A collection of the best research case studies published in the EGI website between 2010-2014.

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