When the COVID-19 crisis struck, BioExcel immediately launched a series of SARS-CoV-2 research initiatives. Specifically, numerous collaborations were established, user support was extended, and priority access to the centre’s supercomputing facilities was provided. “International collaboration is critical to addressing this grand challenge,” adds Rossen Apostolov, BioExcel Executive Director. “If we want to succeed, we need to bring together the international research community.” By providing priority access to its supercomputing facilities and cutting-edge software, BioExcel was able to assist researchers and innovators across Europe in the fight against coronavirus.
BioExcel is participating in numerous projects in support of COVID-19 research. Read the full article on the European Commission website to find out more.