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Diversifying Bioinformatic Programs

Bringing more minority students into the bioinformatics training pipeline may require more funding and a major rethink of STEM outreach to minority-serving institutions (MSIs).

Chameleon A Bridge to XSEDE's Bridges

In the world of advanced computing, computer scientists commonly use supercomputers to explore new technologies.

XSEDE2 Announcement

XSEDE 2.0 is here! All-- I have some very exciting news to share. Today, the NSF announced a five-year, $110 million award to support XSEDE's ongoing mission to enhance the...

Soybean Science Blooms with Supercomputers

Cyverse, XSEDE Extended Collaborative Support Services help grow SoyKB soybean knowledge base Published on August 16, 2016 by Jorge Salazar ...

Probing DNA for Cancer Therapies

XSEDE helps researchers scale up simulations to better understand effects of cancer drugs Published on July 28, 2016 by...

NSF Awards 15 Million For Science Gateways Community Institute

Multi-Partner Project Led to Meet Researchers' Needs across All Science Domains The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a five-year $15 million grant to establish a Science...

XSEDE Helps Resercher Read Echoes

XSEDE  helps researcher read echoes A recent story from Science highlights echoes you may never have heard or known existed. "Mysterious radar echoes in the sky explained?"...

Hurricane Hunters

Early use of 'hurricane hunter' data improves hurricane intensity predictions By Liam Jackson  (Additional reporting by Hannah Remmert) Data collected via airplane when a...

XSEDE Names 2016 Campus Champions Fellows

XSEDE names 2016 Campus Champion Fellows Five Fellows paired with cyberinfrastructure experts for a year The National Science Foundation's Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery...

Opening Bridges

May 31, 2015 Early Success from Game-Changing Bridges System at PSC   Scientists have reported progress in fields such as genomics, public health, chemistry, machine...

Comet Tree of Life

A new ‘tree of life’, depicting the evolution of life on this planet that includes more than 1,000 new types of bacteria and Archaea lurking in the Earth’s nooks and crannies

XCBC aids bentley university

XCBC Aids Bentley University Outcome: From left to right, Dr. David Oury, Jason Wells, and Campus Bridging Engineer Eric Coulter cluster around the new Rocks-at-Bentley cluster,...

Science of Jet Noise

XSEDE ECSS support helps researcher with performance gains, new code

Partners Garner Awards

XSEDE partners win 2015 HPCwire Readers' and Editor's Choice Awards   HPCwire Awards Recognize Outstanding Achievements in Science and Technology   AUSTIN, TX. November...
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