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Supercomputer-Generated Models Provide Better Understanding of Esophageal Disorders

Researchers Use XSEDE Resources to Illustrate the “Mechanical Health” of the Esophagus

XSEDE-Supported Modeling Results in New Findings for Preeclampsia Patients

Study shows preeclampsia associated with low-oxygen microenvironment in uterus

XSEDE-Allocated Supercomputers Advance Longer-Lasting, Faster-Charging Batteries

Researchers at multiple universities collectively advance battery technologies

Supercomputer Models Describe Chloride's Role in Corrosion

Comet, Stampede2 serve as testbeds for simulations of how chloride degrades iron

Supercomputers Simulate New Pathways for Potential RNA Virus Treatment

XSEDE allocations lead to important viral inhibitor discovery

San Diego Supercomputer Center's Comet Aids in Sickle Cell Research Discovery

New models show details of stress caused by malformed red blood cells

Online Supply Chain Tool Available to Authorities, Public Thanks to XSEDE Resources

Website for analyzing critical goods, supply vulnerabilities developed with Bridges, other XSEDE systems

High-Performance Computing Aids in Predicting Oil Dispersal During Spills

Supercomputer Simulations Detail Oil’s Behavior During Crossflow Waves

Georgia Tech Engineers Simulate Solar Cell Work Using XSEDE-Allocated Supercomputers

Perovskite research shows promise for future inexpensive, efficient solar options

XSEDE Resources Aid International Engineering Team on Wave Energy Project

‘Comet’ and ‘Bridges’ Supercomputers Validate Novel Simulation Tool
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