The latest edition of our quarterly newsletter was released in time for conference season. Available to download from our website, September’s edition contains articles on -
- A round up of news from Europe including the release of the first Unified Middleware Distribution
- An introduction to the new Certificate Wizard
- Championing e-Research and e-infrastructure - the Campus and Community Champions
- NGS user case study - Using the NGS to model the climate impact of aircraft emissions
- ...and more!
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There is a new NGS user case study on the website. Maria Holstensson from the Institute of Cancer Research explains how she is using the NGS to optimise cancer treatment for children suffering neuroblastoma.
Children with neuroblastoma who are being treated with targeted radionuclide therapy can have their treatment monitored with gamma camera images. These images are used to calculate the amount of drug taken up by the tumour and to estimate the radiation dose. However the image quality can be poor due to scattering and interference. Maria Holstensson from the Institute of Cancer Research is looking at tackling these problems.
Maria said "We have had absolutely fantastic help from the NGS and as a result of using the Grid we have been able to run multiple parallel simulations that we would not have been able to run otherwise".
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