Sniff Test: Supercomputer Research Investigates Odor Neutralizers

August 4, 2022

Factories, farms and landfills are functionally essential to our daily lives, but the less-than-desirable smells they often produce may be somewhat less necessary. Researchers from the University of New Orleans, the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, and the Jefferson Parish Department of Environmental Affairs in Jefferson, Louisiana... Read more…

‘Forever’ Chemicals? Maybe Not, Thanks to Supercomputing

November 11, 2021

Nonbiodegradable “forever chemicals” like perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (collectively, PFASs) were invented in the 1930s as a way to advance Read more…

Comet Navigates the Solar Winds

October 7, 2021

Space weather has been getting a lot of attention lately, with research from University College London, the Princeton Physics Plasma Laboratory, the University of Alabama in Huntsville and NASA each getting their own HPCwire headlines over the past year or so for supercomputer-powered... Read more…

XSEDE Supercomputer Research Advances Methane Storage, Low-Carbon Fuels

August 9, 2021

Methane is predominantly known as a potent greenhouse gas – but methane is also the primary component of natural gas, the cleanest-burning hydrocarbon fuel. E Read more…

Grocery Stores May Be More COVID-Safe Than Previously Thought, Simulations Show

May 25, 2021

More than a year ago, research from the Finnish supercomputing center CSC went viral – so to speak – when their simulations showed how viral particles from Read more…

Supercomputers Chip Away at the Science of Corrosion

January 7, 2021

Steel is critical to a wide range of humanity’s infrastructure, from cars and trains to skyscrapers and bridges. Corrosion, however, throws a wrench in the wo Read more…

Comet Supercomputer Supports Sickle Cell Disease Discovery

December 9, 2020

Sickle cell disease afflicts around a hundred thousand Americans, causing their red blood cells to harden, compress into the namesake C-shapes, clog small blood Read more…

What’s New in Computing vs. COVID-19: Bars, Visualizations, New Therapeutics & More

October 30, 2020

Supercomputing, big data and artificial intelligence are crucial tools in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Around the world, researchers, corporation Read more…

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