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2015 Fellows Named

2015 Champions Fellows Named Five XSEDE Campus Champion fellows have been named for the coming calendar year.  Be sure to watch the presentations from our 2014 Fellows at the XSEDE15...

136 projects win access to XSEDE NSF supercomputing resources

At its March quarterly XSEDE Resource Allocations Committee (XRAC) review, a total of 291 million computing hours, valued at just under $15 million, were awarded to 136 deserving projects...

XSEDE helps advance biomedical imaging

XSEDE helps advance biomedical imaging technology for better understanding, diagnosing and treating cancer and other diseases

Urban Insights

XSEDE Helps Improve the Quality of Life in Cities and Towns

Spurring Scientific Exploration

Computer scientist Doug Jennewein's working environment is, in more ways than one, a great frontier

XSEDE's new cluster compatibility concept bolsters research, from big data to small campuses

Scientists and researchers across the US now have faster and easier access to top computing resources, thanks to leadership provided by the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment...

Small Birds Big Science

They float and flutter away in mere seconds, but a lot happens in the fleeting moments people observe a hummingbird at a flower. A recent study—done with the help of XSEDE...

2014 Champions Fellows Named

2014 Campus Champions Fellows Named Four XSEDE Campus Champion fellows have been named for the coming calendar year. Many of the Fellows are expected to be announced at XSEDE14 coming to...

Preaching HPC Gospel

XSEDE's Campus Champions Provide Vital Link between Researchers, Supercomputing Resources

Teen Mentored by UC San Diego Professors Wins $250,000 in Science Prizes

A 17-year-old senior at Canyon Crest Academy in San Diego's North County recently won not one, but three major science competitions after being mentored by two UC San Diego professors in a...

Breaking out of the Digital Graveyard

In 1973, a fire broke out at the St. Louis National Personnel Records Center, destroying 16 to 18 million military service records from 1912 to 1964. If these records had been digitized they'd...

HPCwire names John Towns Person to watch 2014

HPCwire, the leader in world-class journalism covering high performance computing (HPC) announced its ‘HPCwire People to Watch 2014' list today.

XSEDE Distributes New Tools

Sharing national cyberinfrastructure and managing local campus resources just got easier. The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) announced today that it is releasing a...

XSEDE Wins HPCwire Award

HPCwire Awards Recognize Outstanding Achievements in Science and Technology
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