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Evolution Used Same Genetic Formula to Turn Animals Monogamous

Scientists rely on XSEDE to compare massive amounts of genetic data across species

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.

2018 XSEDE Highlights

The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) is excited to release the 2018 XSEDE Highlights Book, which showcases 13 different stories of scientific breakthroughs made...

NCAR adopts XRAS as allocations system

XRAS adopted as the allocations service for computing systems — and aircraft — at NCAR

Hawai'i H2O

XSEDE Campus Champion introduces XSEDE resources to multi-institution collaboration aimed at helping the island paradise ensure its water security.

EMPOWERing Students to Discover More

Apply by November 23, 2018 for Spring 2019 XSEDE EMPOWER Internships

Discover More with XSEDE at SC18

XSEDE will be at booth #3935 all week – stop by during exhibit hours and talk with our project staff to learn about XSEDE's opportunities for you to Discover More.

Simulations Show New Phenomenon with Nanopore DNA Sequencing

XSEDE nanopore simulations could help improve medical diagnostics

SUPERCOMPUTER SIMULATIONS SHOW NEW TARGET IN HIV-1 REPLICATION

XSEDE Anton2, Stampede2 systems model Inositol phosphate interactions with HIV-1 structural proteins

XSEDE researchers visualize massive Joplin, Missouri tornado

Using XSEDE services and resources and the power of NCSA’s Data Analysis and Visualization group, a pair of Illinois researchers were able to accurately simulate an EF-5 tornado in Joplin, MO from...

Function Follows Form

Simulations on XSEDE Resource plus Lab Work on Frog Neuromuscular Junction Sheds Light on Human Diseases
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