Emily Bryce is part of the EMEA Enterprise PR team and focuses on discovering new customer stories. She holds a degree in Classics from the University of Cambridge but has now switched her focus from the ancient world to the technical one. In her spare time, Emily enjoys visiting museums, baking and hiking in the mountains.
Climate change is a big problem, and big problems require big data to understand. Few research centers take a wider lens to environmental science than the NERC Earth Observation Data… Read Article
Each morning millions of bleary-eyed people pour milk into their bowls of cereal or cups of coffee without a second thought as to where that beverage came from. Few will… Read Article
Jülich Research Center — long counted among high performance computing royalty in Europe — is adding a new gem to its crown. The center, known in German as Forschungszentrum Jülich,… Read Article
Despite being treatable, tuberculosis kills 1.6 million people every year. This is because TB treatment is time- and cost-intensive, requiring extensive patient monitoring. In developing countries, where the disease is… Read Article
In medical emergencies, a quick diagnosis based on the information at hand can be a matter of life or death. The same can be true for non-emergencies. When limited medical… Read Article
Turns out turbulence isn’t just something to concern anxious fliers clasping onto their seats at 30,000 feet. Apart from jiggling your plane around, turbulence also affects how cars drive, the… Read Article
When it comes to theater productions, the devil is in the details. Dancers, musicians and actors push themselves to the limit to deliver extraordinary performances. And behind the curtain, orchestra… Read Article