A Nobel Prize goes to Computational Chemistry, and with it Mosaic3DX gets a new edge as it focuses on Computational Science.

Today, the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded to the development of computational models for complex chemical systems. We are glad, for this helps highlight the importance of computation in science, one of the subjects on which our event focuses – and for those of you who may not be familiar, graphics processing units (GPUs), the devices that first helped create better visuals for video games are the very same devices being used today to accelerate the processing of computational models for scientists and engineers; just as they help create the next generation of stunning visual effects in films!

Read more at:
http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry/laureates/2013/

or watch the official announcement at
https://plus.google.com/events/c3q83canclphruoghru9c0fo1ps

 

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About R Zaghi

Ramin Zaghi - Co-Founder and General Advisor to the Board Ramin is the founder and co-organiser of the Cambridge Game Creators Network, a network of professionals and hobbyists who share an interest in all applications and technologies of computer graphics. He has an extensive background in Software Development and has worked within the video games and the semiconductor industries in the UK.