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After a season which ended with the Senators as the 2017-18 Presidents’ Trophy winners, Keith McCatty resigned from the team’s hockey operations department. In his place was Patrick Davis, a developer from Kelowna, B.C., who has since started a contract offer to those who bid on the job.
The Senators have been working with Davis to finalize a settlement to a proposal from Les Oreopoulos, the managing partner of the Sacramento River Cats. But other teams are being considered, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
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“At this point, I’m happy that we’re not locked in,” said the source. “There’s nothing more to say at this point.”
More than three months have passed since McCatty’s resignation. During that time, Senators owner Eugene Melnyk has spoken out against a new general manager, telling the Ottawa Sun in December that he preferred to have a “coach-GM” to lead the team into the future, but added that he felt the Senators had “more [to] lose” than any other team with a new general manager.
It is not clear who might be interested in hiring Davis. It could be another in-house hire like the current GM, who was appointed in 2015 by owner Eugene Melnyk.
The new GM is expected to have the mandate of hiring a full-time head coach.
The Senators finished with a franchise-best 57-20-7 record last season, and a seven-game improvement from the year before, when they finished with the second-fewest points in the NHL.
The team finished with a 4-3-1 record in the playoffs but lost to eventual-champion Vegas in the first round.
After the season, Senators owner Eugene Melnyk told the Ottawa Citizen that he expected to make a “new hire” to hockey operations in the offseason.
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The scientists say it will be possible to achieve this by joining quantum technology and molecular engineering to produce the DNA base-pair code that is the basic unit of DNA.
According to the Oxford team, quantum computers are capable of performing more calculations in less time than any conventional computer by harnessing the phenomenon of superposition and entanglement.
“Our work represents the marriage of two of the most promising areas of modern science: quantum computing and the study of biological information – or bioinformatics,” said Rosie Jopling, lead author of the paper and a researcher at Oxford University’s Department of Chemistry.
“Our work demonstrates the power of quantum computers for obtaining physical images of molecules, and opens up the possibility of building a more in-depth understanding of DNA and other biopolymers.”
The team say that quantum computing could ultimately allow building a virtual 3D model of DNA at the atomic level. It will also allow researchers to explore how the chemical bonds which link two individual strands of DNA can hold a particular sequence of DNA code.
“What we see as the major potential of this work is to finally have access to the entire base-pairing code within DNA, as a high-resolution atomic-level image, within the relatively near future,” said Professor Marcus W. Geidt, a leading figure in the field of quantum computing.
“We have now demonstrated our method for the image of DNA. In principle, it works for other biomolecules as well, such as proteins, or even for those like viruses which are more complex than DNA and RNA.”
The team are hoping that their ‘quantum’ method for capturing the molecular images of DNA will offer a more detailed and accurate understanding of the base-pair structure of DNA code.
Quantum computing can be harnessed to calculate complicated calculations and processes that current computers find difficult.
It is sometimes called ‘universal’ as it can be used to simulate any other computer process. The team say that their method of quantum computing has the potential to simulate quantum chemical and biological processes.
The team say they hope to soon join their efforts with another Oxford-based team who are working on a new type of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer.