The University of Minho (UMinho) is already preparing to install the "Stampede 1”, a supercomputer from the University of Texas at Austin. This machine has the ability to be on average 6400 times better and faster than a typical computer. This supercomputer is owned by the Portuguese state.
Personalised, patient-focused medicine can make a difference in the lives of those who suffer from cancer. Screenings are suggested, pre-diagnoses can be made for entire families, quality cancer therapies can be offered and lives can be saved. These five revolutionary projects place Portugal in the