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XSEDE-Allocated Resources Power Population Genomics Study

Comet, Jetstream, Bridges Run Millions of Genomic Simulations Assisted by the Open Science Grid

Dangerous Curves Ahead

Machine Learning Enables Scientists to Spot “Comma-Shaped Clouds,” Extreme Weather

XCRI team supports Doane University in HPC build and implementation

XSEDE Capabilities and Resource Integration (XCRI) staff assisted in building a new high performance computing (HPC) cluster at Doane University in Crete, Nebraska

Turning Algorithms into Applicable Skills

XSEDE initiates successful advanced computing training partnership with Cal State Los Angeles

XSEDE personnel help University of Cincinnati create Advanced Research Computing Cluster

New system enables a variety of R&E activities, fosters increased collaboration between scientific, engineering, and humanities departments

Illinois researcher uses XSEDE to contribute to black hole image

Charles Gammie, a professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Illinois, used supercomputer simulations to help confirm the first-ever captured image of a black hole.

XSEDE Supercomputer Simulations Help Combat Tuberculosis (TB) Granulomas

University of Michigan Team Uses Comet and Stampede2 to Create TB-Formation Models

Application Deadlines Extended for Advanced Computing for Social Change, Computing4Change

These programs are geared towards undergraduate students who want to enhance their skillset and create positive change in their community.

Capture and Convert

XSEDE Helps Pitt Team Design Material to Capture and Turn CO2 into Useful Products

Pulsating Cells

Research using XSEDE supercomputers studies bioelectric effects of cells to develop new anti-cancer strategies. Cell membranes are the key regulating factor for biological processes at the...

Getting to Know the Campus Champions

We heard from eight different Campus Champions, both old and new, about what they value the most about the Campus Champions program. Over the past decade, the Campus Champions program, which was...

Campus Champion Publishes CURE Paper

Cal Poly Pomona Inorganic Chemistry Professor Teams With Graduate Student. For the past three years, several course-based undergraduate research experiences, called CUREs, have been led by Campus...

Researchers Use XSEDE Allocated Resources to Simulate Turbulent Flows

Turbulent flows are everywhere, even though they are often invisible to the human eye. Turbulent flows are everywhere, even though they are often invisible to the human eye. Using supercomputers...

Supercomputers Help Supercharge Protein Assembly

XSEDE allocations on Stampede2 and Comet speed simulation of protein oligomers

A Basic Switch

Bridges Simulations Explain Lab Results in pH-Dependent Life Process
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