What’s Next in Science
is accelerated discovery
The world has never needed science more than it does today. At IBM Research, we create impact at industrial scale by tackling some of the most pressing questions and challenges across computer science, materials discovery, mathematics, climate change, drug discovery, physical sciences and sustainability. The cutting-edge technologies we are developing will catalyze progress for IBM, our partners, and society.
The fastest path to progress
Watch a new short film on the computing revolutions that are accelerating the rate of scientific discovery like nothing before.
Dick Garwin receives the Vannevar Bush Award in honor of his decades-long career of exceptional service to the nation in scienceNewsMike Murphy
AI-Descartes: A framework for automated scientific discoveryTechnical note
How IBM and STFC Hartree Centre are accelerating innovation in the UKNewsKatia Moskvitch and Leonid Leiva Ariosa
IBM and Cleveland Clinic unveil the first quantum computer dedicated to healthcare researchNewsMike Murphy and Bethany Douglas
IBM’s Stacy Hobson wants to build tech that works for everyoneResearchKim Martineau
DOFramework: A testing framework for decision optimization model learnersTechnical noteOrit Davidovich
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Radically accelerating discovery to enable our sustainable future
There is a set of worldwide problems at once so daunting and yet so pressing that solutions simply can’t wait. We must accelerate the process of discovery to address this class of systemic challenges in such areas as policy, economic trends, societal decisions, and the natural sciences.