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Computational Materials Scientists Use XSEDE Resources for Hydrogen Peroxide Synthesis

Supercomputer simulations illustrate how hydrogen peroxide is synthesized in a new way

XSEDE Allocations Lead to Better Understanding of Geomagnetic Storm Research

UCLA Researchers Utilize SDSC Resources for Solar Wind Study

Comet Supercomputer Used to Illustrate Novel Methane Storage Applications

Research Findings Could Lead to Higher Density Carbon-Neutral Chemical Fuels

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

Supercomputers Aid in Maternal and Paternal DNA Research at UC Irvine

XSEDE Allocations May Help Improve Medicine and Food Production

XSEDE Resources Lead to Better Understanding of Jupiter and Saturn

XSEDE-allocated Comet and Bridges systems run thousands of simulations for orbit study

NCSA's Delta Supercomputer to be Allocable by XSEDE this Fall

The new system, geared towards GPU computing, will be open for nationwide XSEDE allocations beginning in the Fall of 2021.
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