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Dec 18, 2015

Simulating stars with less computing power

A new ParaDIME for energy-efficient computing

CALIOPE forecasts a bright future

Dec 16, 2015

Space warps: a new hope (for understanding our universe)

Dec 15, 2015

Center stage at TEDxCERN

Dec 14, 2015

AfricaConnect2 to create first pan-African research and education network

THOR protects academic identity

Dec 11, 2015

Blue Waters goes hypernova

Facebook through the looking-glass

Robot jazz

An ode to code: the poetry of programming

Dec 04, 2015

Science smells fishy

Texting for dollars

Dec 03, 2015

Coloring outside the lines

Understanding chemical communication in ant societies

Nov 25, 2015

Mining social media to manage crises

Student science in space

Nov 24, 2015

Argonne artist aids discovery

OSG rides a Comet

Internet2 takes Penn State to the NET+

Nov 20, 2015

What's in a honey bee's diet?

The turtle tree of life

Nov 16, 2015

Supercomputers put photosynthesis in the spotlight

Nov 13, 2015

Chaos mixes the Milky Way

Nov 12, 2015

Atoms to Engines

Nov 10, 2015

Standing on NASA’s shoulders

Nov 09, 2015

XSEDE humanities gateways

What’s coming at Brookhaven National Laboratory

What if there was a little cat who was afraid of mice?

Virtual reality goes mainstream

Time traveling with El Niño

The secret lives of bees

The future of encryption

Text mining strikes gold in political discourse

Tear down these data walls... for research, the climate, and humanity

Supercomputers listen for extraterrestrial life

Supercomputer based in Middle East enters global top 10 for first time

Student network opens cosmic ray detectors to the world

Simplifying and accelerating genome assembly

Sifting big mobile phone data predicts your next move

Research networks in Uganda on the upswing

Providing better public services through cloud computing

Warning: Pacific Rim researchers are about to outpace you

Open data, open research, open scholarship

Neutrinos: Now you see them, now you don’t

Multi-scale modeling in the virtual laboratory

Mobile phone data helps predict dengue advance

Mental Canvas emerges from patient investment

Losing your rights in a legal cloud

International GridKa School turns 13

Innovative BlueBRIDGE data services for oceans and fisheries

Sharing in the era of big data

HPC is like Formula 1 racing… but cloud is changing things

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How did the universe get here?

Hold an elephant in the palm of your hand

Gather a pocketful of stars

Flexible cloud: Harnessing heterogeneous hardware resources

Fermilab’s flagship accelerator sets world record

Europe calling: Innovation at GÉANT

EarthServer: Big Earth data at your fingertips becomes a reality

E-infrastructures at the heart of open science

Dr Roboto will see you now

Digging for data on Africa’s climate future

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Data mining highlights US gun control struggle

Dark matter: Seeing the unseen with supercomputers

Crowd-sourcing sex research

Computer models peer into polar future

Computer models aren’t playing with fire

Celebrating 10 years of the UbuntuNet Alliance

CARDIOPROOF – a ‘proof-of-concept’ for model-based cardiovascular prediction

Building the US big data machine

Big Agriculture part of the climate change solution

Become a (citizen) scientist

Avoiding unconscious bias to enable diversity

A cosmic rose with many names

Gut feeling: XSEDE and TACC explore vascular disease

Sep 11, 2015

Does high-performance computing really matter?

Sep 08, 2015

Keep an eye on all that stuff in space

International team unravels the cotton genome

Aug 27, 2015

Big data gives doctors another tool in leukemia fight

World’s first digital ocean floor map

Aug 14, 2015

Is XSEDE a wise use of public money?

Bring the universe into your home

Supercomputers stomp grapes to improve US wine

Photorealistic thunderstorm visualization wins XSEDE15 people’s choice award

Aug 04, 2015

Dark matter running out of places to hide

The first 3D atomic-scale nanoparticle images

Aug 03, 2015

Physics and music collide at the Montreux Jazz Festival

The art of analytics

Jul 15, 2015

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New Horizons rendezvous with Pluto

Jul 08, 2015

Text mining reveals a new story of individualism

Jul 01, 2015

Bird photo ID: Birders team with artificial intelligence to solve mystery

Jun 24, 2015

BioAcoustica: A wildlife sound repository with an ear to the future

Jun 17, 2015

Multi-simulations show exposure to extreme heat may increase six-fold by mid-century

Jun 10, 2015

Supernova hunting with supercomputers

Jun 03, 2015

What's in a name? Supercomputers use lists to reveal group identities

May 27, 2015

Demystifying political gridlock with supercomputers

May 20, 2015

AI points to better decision-making despite poker match loss

May 13, 2015

Remote access science labs remove barriers to learning

May 06, 2015

XSEDE: More than just supercomputers — it’s how to use them, too!

Apr 29, 2015

A decade of iSGTW!

Apr 22, 2015

Crowdsourcing earthquake detection: Smartphones to the rescue

Apr 15, 2015

An ecosystem for digital social innovation

HPC is good for university business

Apr 08, 2015

Citizen scientists earn their stripes with tiger-tagging app

Apr 01, 2015

Supercomputers, stomachs, and biofuels

Mar 25, 2015

SLALOM initiative will help cloud users negotiate twists and turns of ‘service-level agreements’

Mar 18, 2015

Probing dark energy with the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope

Mar 11, 2015

‘Synthetic fossils’ could make it possible to store data on DNA for millions of years

Mar 04, 2015

Joint US and EU workshop on trust and identity charts course for the future

Feb 25, 2015

What physicians can learn from engineers

Feb 18, 2015

Duncan Martin on the UbuntuNet Alliance in 2015

Feb 11, 2015

Sifting big data to anticipate solar flares

Feb 04, 2015

More Europeans getting online and using cloud services, but ‘digital divide’ remains

Jan 28, 2015

TACC directs traffic

Jan 21, 2015

PLANTOID: Robotic solutions inspired by plants

Jan 14, 2015

Survey finds research software is vital for most academic work

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