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Image Feature Extraction and Demand Estimation on Airbnb: A Deep Learning Approach

The “global sharing economy”—in which nonprofessionals offer paid services via the Web—could add as much as $335 billion to the world’s economy by 2025.

De Novo Assembly of Lucina pectinata Genome using Ion Torrent Reads

While many shellfish genomes have recently been assembled with an eye toward aquaculture and human food sources,

Satellite Advances, NSF Computation Power Rapid Mapping of Earth's Surface

New satellite technologies have completely changed the game in mapping and geographical data gathering, reducing costs and placing a new emphasis on time series and timeliness in general,

Stampede2 Storms

Today, the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) dedicated Stampede2, the largest supercomputer at any U.S. university, and one of the most powerful systems in the world in a ceremony at The...

Universal Explosions

The Universe is full of explosions. These explosions, called supernovae, come about for many reasons but they're foundational to the beginning of man including the prevalence of iron and...

XSEDE Helps Small University Connect With Nation's Cyberinfrastructure

XSEDE's Capability and Resource Integration program is bridging the gap between small institutions like Bentley University and the nation's cyberinfrastructure.

Supporting LIGO Gravitational Wave Detections

The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) has used XSEDE resources since 2013, using the Open Science Grid as its standard interface.

Identifying Cancer DNA Changes With XSEDE Resources

"Nobody in my group is really an expert in IT or computer science. We're trained in bioinformatics," says Uma Chandran

XSEDE SIGNS MOU WITH RIST PRACE

RIST, PRACE AND XSEDE CONCLUDED MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ON INFORMATION EXCHANGE CONCERNING PROMOTION OF USE OF ADVANCED RESEARCH COMPUTING

ROSIE Blooms

Our bodies are made of biomolecules like proteins, nucleic acids, fats and sugars. These biomolecules are folded into specific 3D structures -- predetermined by the DNA and RNA sequences that build...

Lessons of a Tadpole

The flow of information between cells in our bodies is exceedingly complex: sensing, signaling, and influencing each other in a constant flow of microscopic engagements. These interactions are...

Using XSEDE to understand how dark matter influences galaxy formation

Mike Boylan-Kolchin, assistant professor of astronomy at the University of Texas at Austin, uses XSEDE's Stampede supercomputer located at The Texas Advanced Computing Center.
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