Improving digital security with natural selection EGI.eu. Published online September 2014
"Human cryptanalysts are the best at keeping data secure. So how could a cryptanalysis program be made more like a human?"
Getting closer to quantum computing with the grid EGI.eu. Published online July 2014
"How scientists in Serbia are contributing to our understanding of Bose-Einstein Condensates and how they will lead to a new computing paradigm."
Grid computing aids battle to reduce groundwater toxicity ISGTW. Published online July 2014
"For centuries, humankind has created and harnessed various chemicals in industry and research. They are not all benign, though."
Tracking a biomarker for Alzheimer’s disease EGI.eu. Published online January 2014
"The challenge is to distinguish between the normal signs of aging and the beginning of Alzheimer’s."
Virtual Space EGI.eu. Published online February 2014
"3D visualisation of the cosmos is now being carried out on unprecedented scales- and it is accessible to anyone."
Stem cell transplant trial for early MS sufferers yields promising results
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is caused by the destruction of the Schwann cells, which form the fatty myelin sheath surrounding nerves, by the cells of the immune system. This autoimmune disease affects about 85,000 people in the UK and a million people worldwide, making it the most common disabling neurological disorder currently affecting young adults.