Colour coded digitised image slice

Multi-scale modelling of saliva secretion

“Thanks to NeSI, we were able to render higher quality images and run many more simulation variants than would have been possible on a desktop computer.” Prof. James Sneyd
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Improving the treatment of heart disease

“Improving stent design by measuring the impact on blood flow may significantly reduce stent failures and ultimately save lives.”
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Genetics and metabolic syndrome

“By using NeSI, the length of time to complete this analysis was reduced by weeks.”
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Pushing cancer cells’ self-destruct button

“Synthetic lethality is an interaction between two genes where only inactivation of both genes kills a cell or organism.”
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Wahakura traditional Maori woven basket

Securely transferring health study data across the country

“The project team were originally going to courier hard drives across the country”
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Helping refine Parkinson’s disease analysis

A science researcher developing predictive models for pre-clinical detection of cognitive decline in Parkinson’s disease says NeSI is enabling him to conduct his research more effectively.
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Modelling of a drug bound to the migraine target Calcitonin gene-related peptide

Molecular modelling in cancer research

Advances in computing are vital to cancer research. They open up opportunities to discover new drugs from the molecular basis of disease.
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