RIT researchers use Frontera supercomputer to study eccentric binary black hole fusions

Researchers at the Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation (CCRG) at the Rochester Institute of Technology are using the world’s most powerful university supercomputer to perform simulations that will help scientists study eccentric binary black hole mergers. Professor Carlos Lousto of CCRG and the School of Mathematical Sciences was awarded …

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Supercomputer delivers Leeds United European verdict as Marcelo Bielsa’s men climb world rankings

After going through the most difficult month of their season without tasting defeat, the more optimistic Leeds United fans are starting to question the prospects of qualifying for European football. Manchester City’s Carabao Cup victory this weekend opened up another European place for the Premier League, meaning this season’s sevenths …

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Supercomputer predicts top four race as Leicester City take on Chelsea, Liverpool and West Ham

Leicester City took a huge step towards qualifying for the Champions League on Monday night with a 2-1 win over Crystal Palace. Kelechi Iheanacho was the hero again as he struck a stunning winner in the 80th minute to push City seven points ahead of West Ham to fifth place. …

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Massachusetts startup uses supercomputing to identify four promising COVID therapies

Amid increasing global cases and threatening variants, a major gap remains in the global strategy to end the pandemic: effective therapies. Now, a Massachusetts startup powered by a wide array of HPC resources – including local resources from the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC) – has identified four …

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RBA keeps cash rate stable at record 0.10%

Despite the the fastest rise in house prices in 32 years, the Reserve Bank of Australia must keep the historically low interest rate of 0.10%, it announced after its monthly meeting on April 6. Good news for first-time homebuyers trying to break into the market and continually encouraging investors to …

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What do we know about student loans? Less than you think

Despite the fact that almost 1 of 5 American adults grapple with student loan debt – a total of $ 1.5 trillion – little is known about the various often treacherous paths borrowers take as they move toward repayment. The landscape remains such a mystery as public data on student …

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Recovery loans of up to £ 10million available for businesses in need of support

State-guaranteed loans of up to £ 10million are to be made to businesses that need support until the end of the year. As announced in the budget last month, Chancellor Rishi Sunak opened the Treasury Stimulus Loan program to revive businesses as old Covid-19 loan programs are set to run …

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Discount Airlines Taps Stock Market As Investors Bet On Resumption Of Travel

As air travel increasingly shows signs of rebounding from its pandemic low, airlines that focus on offering cheap fares to leisure travelers are capitalizing on the stock market. Frontier Group Holdings Inc.’s initial public offering raised $ 570 million after shares of the Denver-based budget carrier were valued at $ …

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Air France-KLM plans board meeting on refinancing, sources say

PARIS (Reuters) – Air France-KLM’s board of directors is expected to meet on Monday to discuss a state-backed refinancing plan to strengthen its balance sheet after a year of coronavirus shutdowns, two said on Friday. sources close to the case. An Air France Airbus A350 plane lands at Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle …

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Can companies deny you entry if you don’t have a vaccination passport?

As more Americans get vaccinated against COVID-19 and the economy begins to reopen, some businesses are requiring proof of vaccination to enter their premises. After your first vaccine, you receive a card issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Miami Heat basketball team, for example, asks some of …

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