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XSEDE IMPACT MAY 2022

Simulations reveal findings that can apply to climate science, human health, and more

XSEDE IMPACT APRIL 2022

The Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain spans almost four thousand miles from the Hawaiian Islands to the Detroit Seamount in the North Pacific, an L-shaped chain that goes west then abruptly north.

XSEDE IMPACT MARCH 2022

Despite the lifesaving success of the COVID-19 vaccines, a very rare side effect of blood clots has appeared with those based on engineered adenovirus.

XSEDE IMPACT FEBRUARY 2022

Researchers used Comet and Expanse at the San Diego Supercomputer Center to simulate classroom model scenarios to help keep kids safe when attending school amidst the COVID-19

XSEDE IMPACT JANUARY 2022

Artificial-intelligence algorithm developed on XSEDE-allocated systems promises better MRI agents with unprecedented speed of discovery

XSEDE IMPACT DECEMBER 2021

On October 18, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) launched a new initiative to regulate synthetic chemicals known as per- and polyfluoroalkyls, or PFASs.

XSEDE IMPACT NOVEMBER 2021

Hydrogen peroxide, often used as a disinfectant, serves as a precursor for many organic compounds.

XSEDE IMPACT OCTOBER 2021

The MiikeMineStamps dataset offers an historical and social science goldmine in studying business practices in Japan and elsewhere, but its "long tail" of rare stamps poses a big training-dataset challenge.

XSEDE IMPACT SEPTEMBER 2021

Work on XSEDE-allocated systems supports Louisiana's 2023 Coastal Master Plan

XSEDE IMPACT AUGUST 2021

Plastic waste is a big problem for the environment. About 300 million tons are produced every year, according to the United Nations. Much of that is polyethylene terephthalate (PET) used to make single-use plastic bottles, carpets, and clamshell packaging.