A core benefit Insigneo provides for its members is the use of a number of collaborative facilities. Insigneo’s computational infrastructures now include 11 new nodes to the central Iceberg cluster, each with 16 cores and 256 GB of memory, plus three GPU nodes; a new SGI Shared memory cluster; and a small virtualised cluster located at RHH. Within the new Pam Liversidge Building we operate an experimental biomechanics lab, a mechanobiology lab, and a movement and perception lab (jointly with Sheffield Robotics). In Medicine, as part of the Doctoral Development Programme initiative, we are deploying a new medical image processing and modelling lab (DDP lab) in cardiovascular science. We also operate the small animals in vivo microCT system in collaboration with the Department of Human Metabolism.
Research and clinical space at the Clinical Research Facility, Northern General Hospital
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