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First Stars and Black Holes

XSEDE-allocated Stampede2 supercomputer simulates star seeding, heating effects of primordial black holes

UC Berkeley Scientists Use XSEDE Resources to Study House Mice

New Findings Illustrate Possible Rationale for Some High-Elevation Diseases in Humans

Deep Learning for New Alloys

Stampede2 supercomputer helps find new properties of high-entropy alloys

Bridges Study Tracks Artificial-Light Impact on Migratory Birds

Analysis of 42 species in Western hemisphere suggests most effective steps for reducing city lights’ harm

Cooperation Rewards Water Utilities

XSEDE-allocated Stampede2 supercomputer simulates water supply in inter-utility agreement study

Multiple Supercomputers Used to Simulate Carbon in Earth's Outer Core

Researchers use advanced simulation techniques to set constraints on carbon content

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
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