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Canada’s Fastest Supercomputer Joins Ebola Fight

Nov 5, 2014 |

Canadian researchers have turned the country’s fastest supercomputer into an Ebola-fighting machine. There are no approved vaccines for Ebola yet, but Chematria, a startup supported by the University of Toronto, is hot on the trail of a drug that will put a stop to the deadly epidemic. Through a partnership with the University of Toronto Read more…

Supercomputer Bolsters Innovative Stroke Research

Sep 25, 2013 |

A group of researchers from UC Berkeley and UCSD used NERSC supercomputing resources to model the efficacy of microbubbles and high-intensity ultrasound for breaking up stroke-causing clots.

Grid Fights Neurological Disease

Apr 16, 2012 |

Thanks to the neuGRID initiative, researchers were able to process thousands of brain scans in less than two weeks instead of five years.

The Disease Machine

Oct 8, 2009 |

One man’s quest to build the most comprehensive computer model of human biology ever created.

Enlisting Computers to Unravel the True Complexity of Disease

Aug 27, 2009 |

Scientist wants to bring open source model to modeling human biology.