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Democratizing Scientific Research

"Pro-Indigenous" Approach to Scientific Research Needed, LeManuel "Lee" Bitsóí tells XSEDE13 Attendees

2013 Campus Champions Fellows Named

Just a few weeks after XSEDE's burgeoning Campus Champions program named its 200th member, the project has named six Campus Champions Fellows for the next calendar year. The Fellows...

SDSC's Gordon enables discoveries in the study of genetics

Read about Gordon's role in pinpointing the genetic patterns underlying autism-spectrum disorders, schizophrenia and similar brain conditions.

XSEDE Upgrades Network to Internet2’s 100G Network

17 Supercomputers and 8,000 Scientists Benefit By Using Nation's Fastest Research & Education Network

Journey to the limits of spacetime content

Black hole simulations on XSEDE supercomputers present new view of jets and accretion disks

Campus Champions Fellows 2012 Named

The National Science Foundation's Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) program has named the first Fellows for its Campus Champions (CC) program, pairing a Champion...

Expansion for Stampede

The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) at The University of Texas at Austin today announced that it is expanding the center's current high performance computing (HPC) data center to house...

Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Wins High-Performance Computing Award

HPCwire, a leading electronic-news outlet for high-performance computing and communication (HPC), awarded a 2011 Reader's Choice Award to the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) for Best...

Blacklight Goes to Work at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

The world's largest shared-memory system, a resource of XSEDE, has rapidly proven itself as a productive tool in research across a range of fields. 

Ranger supercomputer’s lifespan extended one year as part of NSF XD initiative

The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) today announced that operational funding for the Ranger supercomputer, which was expected to end on Feb. 4, 2012, will be extended through Feb. 4, 2013....

Kraken set to deliver 2 billionth CPU hour

Kraken, the world's fastest academic supercomputer, is adding some impressive credentials to its resume. Not only will the Cray XT5 deliver its 2 billionth CPU hour to open science during the...

TACC Offers New, Broader Computational Biology Software Stack to Open Science Community

One of the fastest growing areas in science is comparative genomics, which is driven by advances in next-generation sequencing technology. To meet the needs of scientists in this rapidly expanding...

Adventures with HPC Accelerators GPUs and Intel MIC Coprocessers

Researchers from Mellanox Technologies and the Texas Advanced Computing Center share early experiences with new hardware

XSEDE Upgrades Network

The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE), the National Science Foundation cyberinfrastructure project that replaces and expands on the NSF TeraGrid, has transitioned its...

Students Research Solar Cells

Solar energy has the potential to be the perfect renewable energy source. Unfortunately, modern solar cells are too inefficient and too expensive to achieve the technology's potential.
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