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XSEDE IMPACT December 2018

XSEDE Researcher Applies Supercomputing to Global Finance Markets

NOVEMBER 2018 IMPACT

Simulations show new phenomenon with nanopore DNA sequencing

OCTOBER 2018 IMPACT

Supercomputer simulations show new target in HIV-1 replication

IMPACT SEPTEMBER 2018

Identification of cosmic-ray source by IceCube Neutrino Observatory depended on global collaboration, XSEDE resources

IMPACT AUGUST 2018

Ruby Mendenhall presents findings from XSEDE-sponsored research on lives of African American women in keynote address at PEARC18

XSEDE IMPACT JULY 2018

XSEDE Supercomputers Help Design Mutant Enzyme that Eats Plastic Bottles

XSEDE IMPACT MAY 2018

E-C-S-Yes: XSEDE's Extended Collaborative Support Services   How do cancer researchers learn to use the command line? Where can an art historian get help with machine learning? What happens when astronomers migrate their work to supercomputers, but the code still isn't running...

XSEDE IMPACT APRIL 2018

Armed with a robust computational approach that stretches the amount of time needed to capture the gyrations of proteins in their natural state, a research team has revealed for the first time intricate details about how a key molecular switch, implicated in a variety of medical conditions including heart disease, is turned on and off.

XSEDE IMPACT MARCH 2018

XSEDE Enables One of the Largest Earth Sciences Data Collections in the Country The Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University is using XSEDE resources to host one of the largest data collections for Earth sciences of its type in the country. The data relates to the Ross Ice Shelf, a massive slab of floating ice that is about the same size as the country of France. Ice shelves, like icebergs, lie mainly below the waterline. This means that the...