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The science behind a cycling victory

When Danish cyclist Jonas Vingegaard triumphed in the 2022 edition of the world’s largest cycling event, the Tour de France, supercomputing played a part. Wind tunnel trials helped his Jumbo Visma team optimize aerodynamics.

Empowerment through e-learning

Within six weeks after the introduction of COVID-19 lockdowns in March 2020, university education in Sri Lanka returned in a digital format.

Digital classes help Thailand cope with COVID

Efforts to advance distance learning in Thailand got off to a jump start, as the COVID-19 pandemic hit by spring 2020 thanks to a collaboration to deploy Zoom.

Remote education relieves second wave of COVID in Nepal

Member institutions and other public academic institutes including government schools used Zoom to operate online classes.

Distance learning revolution in Bangladesh

The national research and education network of Bangladesh has assisted its member institutions in setting up online education and conferencing services in response to the global pandemic.

The week that brought Sri Lanka e-learning

Networks collaborate to deploy online learning technology to the research and education community during the pandemic

Smooth connectivity for Nordic academics

The new eduVPN app allows academics and staff at Nordic universities to enjoy their fast university network connection when working at home.

Nordic boom in distance learning

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, the number of distance learning users in the Nordic countries has risen dramatically.

Supporting the global challenges of the novel coronavirus

The global network of interconnected National Research and Education Networks is boosting international capacity where needed as part of the global rapid response to the recent novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak.

Remote music education at 10 Gbits per second

Powerful R&E connectivity enables musicians and actors to learn and perform together, although they are hundreds of kilometers apart.

Giving researchers access to real world 5G cellular mobile infrastructure

With an increasing number of researchers working with 5G, there is a growing demand for test facilities outside of a restricted laboratory setting. The EUWireless project is now offering users a complete “telecommunication infrastructure” at his or her disposal.

Live images from a 600 m long microscope

The European Spallation Source, a 1.843 M euro Big Science infrastructure under construction in Lund, Sweden, will feature an on-demand streaming channel