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Case Studies

STFC strives to  maximise the impact of our science and technology for the benefit of the UK and its people.
 
This is a vitally important at any time, but especially so now, given the challenges the UK faces to  maintain  the economy and the important role that science must play in this task.  
 

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Meeting the demands of a growing business with high performance computing
11 October 2019
Meeting the demands of a growing business with high performance computing

Weather Logistics is aiming to improve access to long-term seasonal weather data to help reduce crop damage and save money for growers.

Validating & future-proofing products for new markets
10 October 2019
Validating & future-proofing products for new markets

Ellexus, which develops application monitoring tools for high performance computing, has utilised STFC’s Hartree Centre to test its products for new markets.

Flexible and scalable solutions for climate smart forecasting
01 August 2019
Flexible and scalable solutions for climate smart forecasting

The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree® Centre worked with Weather Logistics – an SME aiming to improve access to seasonal weather data – through STFC’s Bridging for Innovators funding programme.

Future-proofing products for next generation technologies
01 August 2019
Future-proofing products for next generation technologies

The Science and Technology Facilities Council’s (STFC) Hartree® Centre has helped Ellexus – an application profiling company - to test its tool on their leading high-performance computing platforms through STFC’s Bridging for Innovators funding programme.

Understanding soil health through the lens of its microbiome
01 August 2019
Understanding soil health through the lens of its microbiome

By analysing large microbiome data sets, IBM Research scientists based at the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree® Centre are working with established agricultural research centre - Rothamsted Research – to understand how soil microbiomes can shape soil health.

Product testing in a real-world aerospace environment
08 July 2019
Product testing in a real-world aerospace environment

Cobham Plc develops communications systems for challenging environments, enabling customers to stay connected across land, sea and air.

Torr Scientific invest in new testing equipment for CERN contract
18 June 2019
Torr Scientific invest in new testing equipment for CERN contract

In early 2018, Torr Scientific Ltd (TSL), a high vacuum components company, was selected to supply 200 stainless steel window flanges for vacuum viewports with fused silica and Kodial glass optics for the CERN accelerators at the Large Hadron Collider.

Bridging for Innovators supports start-up to take AI-enabled technology to market
30 May 2019
Bridging for Innovators supports start-up to take AI-enabled technology to market

Exgence provides an artificial intelligence (AI) solution to help sales and pre-sales specialists respond to tenders faster and more efficiently.

Improving care planning by combining health data sources
28 May 2019
Improving care planning by combining health data sources

The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree® Centre is working with the NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to join up healthcare data sources, providing insight in to improving patient flow through hospitals.

Enhancing data integration for smart manufacturing SMEs
21 May 2019
Enhancing data integration for smart manufacturing SMEs

The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree® Centre has helped smart manufacturing software company Valuechain to digitise its data pipeline, increasing productivity and cost-efficiency as part of the ERDF-funded LCR 4.0 project.

Last updated: 01 August 2019

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