Science Stories

Discover science successes with XSEDE. Read feature stories where XSEDE has helped researchers in their work.

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Q&A with Apratim Bhattacharya, XSEDE User

Protein folding and protein-protein interactions underlie our conceptual understanding of how living systems work.

E-C-S-Yes: XSEDE’s Extended Collaborative Support Services

XSEDE’s Extended Collaborative Support Services (ECSS) team provides individual and community guidance for users to improve, enhance, execute, and troubleshoot their projects.

When Winds Get Rough

PSC and XSEDE Experts and Resources Enable Simulation of Non-steady Forces on Wind Turbines

Catching Mantle Plumes by Their Magma Tails

Deep Earth Imaging Supported by XSEDE-allocated resources Stampede1, Campus Champions, Science Gateways

How to Catch a Fish Genome with Big Data

XSEDE ECSS, Blacklight and Stampede support California Yellowtail genome assembly and annotation

XSEDE Helps Nail Down Cause in Brain-Region Activity

At first blush, fMRI seems magical. Doctors can put a person in an fMRI scanner and watch their brain work as they think, perform simple mental tasks or just sit and daydream. But the field has...

New on-demand training available for Jetstream, Knights Landing, and ParaView

The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) has announced that four new Cornell University Virtual Workshop training topics are now available through the XSEDE user portal:

Supercomputing More Light than Heat

Study found that recent computational and theoretical developments have enabled the location of defect-induced conical intersections in semiconductor nanomaterials.

A better approach: Bringing supercomputing to psychology

Illinois’ Michel Regenwetter uses XSEDE resources to bring mathematical rigor to the psychology of decision making
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