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…

SDSC’s Expanse System Models West Coast Fish Communities

July 28, 2022

Tracking wildlife is much different — and harder — in water. Beyond the difficulties with visibility, fish are also buffeted by currents in a way that terre Read more…

For Earth Day, SDSC Greens Up Its Batteries

April 22, 2022

Just in time for Earth Day, the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) has announced that it has replaced tens of thousands of pounds of toxic batteries with a m 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…

Voyager AI Supercomputer Gives Investigators New Deep Learning Experimental Platform

January 13, 2022

As human-caused climate change warms the planet, creating drier conditions across the Western U.S., wildfire intensity has grown. California’s wildfires over 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…

San Diego Supercomputers Investigate Drug Repurposing for COVID-19

November 4, 2021

While there are now a slew of approved, effective vaccines that curb COVID-19 infections, there is only one FDA-approved therapeutic to fight ongoing COVID-19 i Read more…

NSF Awards $11M to SDSC, MIT and Univ. of Oregon to Secure the Internet

October 14, 2021

From a security standpoint, the internet is a problem. The infrastructure developed decades ago has cracked, leaked and been patched up innumerable times, leavi Read more…

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