New developments in MadLoop. MadLoop automates the computation of one-loop QCD corrections to an arbitrary scattering process in the Standard Model. I first review the current version of the code which has been made public through the aMCatNLO webpage. In the second part, progress in the implementation of MadLoop within the MG5 framework is presented along with the preliminary speed benchmarks for a few selected massless QCD processes.
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