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High-Performance Computing in Universities Has a Brain Drain

An exodus of talent to the private sector threatens to undermine research, says Owen Thomas.

In many ways, the flow of expertise in high-performance computing (HPC) from UK universities to the private sector is something to celebrate.

Working in public-sector research and education gives people cutting-edge knowledge and transferable skills in areas such as parallel computing and the optimisation of complex algorithms.

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