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XSEDE Helps Develop New Physics Gateway

Access to computational resources and ECSS support enable community gateway project

AI Predicts Synthesizability of Crystals via Abstract Images

Images derived from crystal structures give neural network running on XSEDE-allocated system clues needed to predict ability to create a given crystal in the real world

XSEDE Allocations Provide Researchers with Insight Into an Elusive Tiny Molecule

Simulations reveal findings that can apply to climate science, human health and more

Dynamic Domains in the Spike Protein of SARS-CoV-2

Using XSEDE supercomputing resources, researchers identify unique regions of the spike protein key to understanding variants

Hawaiian-Emperor Undersea Mystery Revealed with Supercomputers

XSEDE-allocated Stampede2, Frontera simulations model plate tectonics of bend in seamount chain

XSEDE-Allocated Models Assist with Better Understanding of Tuberculosis

Expanse Supercomputer Spotlights Role of Unstable Cells in Response to Infection

Pioneering Simulations Focus on HIV-1 Virus

First computer models developed through XSEDE allocations and training for deadly virus’s envelope and genome capsid

Electrical Charge of Vaccine Particles May Lead to Blood-Clot Side Effect

XSEDE-powered simulations suggest complication may stem from oppositely charged clot-forming protein sticking to engineered adenovirus

Experimental Statistics Theory Advanced Thanks to XSEDE Allocations

Comet and Bridges-2 Put Mirzakhani Theorem to the Test

College Students Learn Molecular Simulation on Bridges-2

XSEDE educational allocation gives students taste of computational field, tools for science careers
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