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…

Argonne Talks AI Accelerators for Covid Research

April 28, 2022

As the pandemic swept across the world, virtually every research supercomputer lit up to support Covid-19 investigations. But even as the world transformed, the Read more…

Trio of Supercomputers Powers Estimate of Carbon in Earth’s Outer Core

January 20, 2022

Carbon is one of the essential building blocks of life on Earth, and it—along with hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen—is one of the key elements researchers look Read more…

Newcomer Conduit Leverages Frontera to Understand SARS-CoV-2 ‘Budding’

January 10, 2022

Conduit, created by MIT graduate (and current CEO) Ryan Robinson, was founded in 2017. But it might not have been until a few years later, when the pandemic started, that Conduit may have found its true calling. While Conduit’s commercial division is busy developing a Covid-19 test called nanoSPLASH, its nonprofit arm was granted access to... Read more…

Safety Pharmacology: How HPC Cloud Is Accelerating Drug Cardiotoxicity Screening

March 30, 2021

The extraordinarily rapid drug development necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic may have pulled AI- and HPC-accelerated pharmacology into the spotlight, but si Read more…

Behind the Gordon Bell Prize-Winning Spike Protein Simulations

March 11, 2021

Four months ago, Rommie Amaro and her colleagues were accepting the first-ever Gordon Bell Special Prize for High Performance Computing-Based COVID-19 Research. Read more…

Azure Scaled to Record 86,400 Cores for Molecular Dynamics

November 20, 2020

A new record for HPC scaling on the public cloud has been achieved on Microsoft Azure. Led by Dr. Jer-Ming Chia, the cloud provider partnered with the Beckman I Read more…

Frontera Supercomputer Helps Study Unusual Organelles

September 11, 2020

The organelles are the organs of the cell: the ribosomes, centrioles, nuclei and so on. Most of these organelles serve vital – and well-understood – functio Read more…

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