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The Fingerprints of Survival

XSEDE Supercomputers Help UCLA-Led Team Identify Genes Associated with Surviving Climate Change

XSEDE and Aristotle Cloud Federation partner to implement clouds on U.S. campuses

Two National Science Foundation-funded projects have joined forces to help university systems administrators implement cloud computing systems on their campuses.

XSEDE Campus Champion Dina Tandabany Receives 2019 HBCU STEM Innovator Award

Dr. Dinadayalane (Dina) Tandabany was one of seven nationwide faculty presented with the 2019 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Innovator Award

XSEDE Supercomputers Provide Insight into Neutron Star Structures and Mergers

Researchers in two separate, recently published studies relied on the power of XSEDE-allocated supercomputers [RHR1] [DLH2] to create detailed simulations of neutron star structures

Research Is Messy

Getting the Most Out of a Campus Champion Fellowship

Q&A with Roberto Camacho Barranco, XSEDE Student Ambassador

XSEDE Broadening Participation student volunteer finds path to dream job at Google through experience with XSEDE mentorship and Computing4Change programs.

XSEDE ECSS Symposium: Exploring New Levels of Complexity in ‘Hyper Glyphs’ Reveal New Insights in Visualized Data

While the use of glyphs in scientific research is well documented, their untested limits as to how much information can be contained in a single glyph – or a ‘hyper glyph’ – has the...

Supercomputer Simulations Reveal New Insight on Sea Fog Development

A recently published study by an international team of researchers has shed new light on how and why a particular type of sea fog forms

XSEDE as a Collaborator on Proposals

XSEDE is often approached to collaborate on proposals with members of our community in response a variety of solicitations.

Stopping HIV in Its Tracks

XSEDE Helps Scientists Understand Monkey Protein that Confers Immunity to HIV

Undergraduate Students Apply Advanced Computing to Combat Violence

XSEDE-sponsored Computing4Change competition brings diverse students together for transformative learning experience

A New Way to See Stress — Using Supercomputers

Stressed materials show asymmetric distributions in simulations on Comet and Jetstream supercomputers through XSEDE allocations

XSEDE Researcher Applies Supercomputing to Global Financial Markets

Mao Ye, a professor of Finance at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, is using XSEDE resources to integrate advanced computing into a business curriculum.
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