The world’s largest life sciences supercomputer will be in Melbourne
By Zhiqi Tao on Aug 19, 2008
It's so excite to know that Victoria state government and the University of Melbourne jointly invest $100 million to build Australia’s largest supercomputer and the world’s largest life sciences supercomputer facility. This will certainly make Victoria one of the world's key locations for biotechnology. Hopefully we see new inventions and drugs emerging from this initiative. So for the folks who are doing or planning to do life science research, you know where to go. You might be the next Nobel prize winner.
According to Victoria's Life Sciences Strategy, there will be many more to come. Good on you Victorians! This is the Place to Be