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Working with Cambium LLP, the Science and Technology Facilities Council's (STFC) Hartree Centre has pioneered a process that uses direct insights from businesses to help translate pioneering data-centric research into commercial benefits for the UK.
Mass spectrometer manufacturer Waters is capitalising on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with the STFC Hartree® Centre to add a new dimension to its computing capabilities, enhance product offerings and boost its market share.
In a pioneering collaboration funded by Highways England and Atkins, the STFC Hartree® Centre's expertise is ensuring that key simulation software can meet the intense demands of a £15 billion road construction and improvement programme.
The STFC Hartree® Centre has provided the Data, Risk and Environmental Analytical Methods Centre for Doctoral Training (DREAM CDT) with specialist training in big data analytics to give its PhD students a unique hands-on learning opportunity and enhance their computational and data skills.
Every year microorganisms spoil millions of tonnes of food. Some food-borne microorganisms cause an annual toll of half a million food poisoning cases in the UK. A new plasma device produced with STFC follow on funding helps remove this threat to our food supply.
With expertise from the Hartree® Centre, Welsh start-up WaveReach reduced time to market for its new Lighthouse communications product and ensured its ability to safeguard data security.
The STFC Hartree® Centre has been investigating new ways to improve the accuracy of live running times and delay updates using big data analytics in a project supported by the Rail Delivery Group.
To maximise the time and cost benefits of design simulation, Unilever has identified the Hartree® Centre as an ideal supplier of on-demand High Performance Computing (HPC) capabilities
AMF Engineering has won a contract from ESRF worth €860K; supplying key components for the Extremely Brilliant Source (EBS) project. This contract will supply one of the most important parts for ESRF’s new 844m circumference storage ring; the mechanical parts of the longitudinal magnets for the ESRF upgrade’s EBS project.
Technology used for studying other planets is being repurposed to improve emergency care on earth.