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Press Release 14-086
Taking great ideas from the lab to the fab

NSF and Intel support the development of domain-specific hardware to address health care needs

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diagram showing how real-time adaptive low-dose CT-scan enabled by customized computing works

Real-time adaptive low-dose CT-scan enabled by customized computing.

Credit: Center Domain-Specific Computing


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illustration showing the use of customized computing  in search of cancer treatment

Customized computing in search of precision medicine for cancer treatment.

Credit: Center for Domain-Specific Computing


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Accelerator-rich architecture with composable and reconfigurable accelerators.

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