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  1. Getting down to details

    Getting down to details

    Researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography develop fine-scale climate datasets using a novel numerical technique on TeraGrid systems at SDSC and NCSA. Read more

    released on 10.30.07

  2. Workshop helps graduate students tap into cyberinfrastructure

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    released on 10.25.07

  3. An amazing race

    Six amino acid sequences. Thousands of atoms. Millions of time steps. Could protein researchers using NCSA's Tungsten solve these protein structures...and test out a theory about how they folded...all in three months? Read more

    released on 08.24.07

  4. Every breath we take

    Researchers at the Illinois State Water Survey and the University of Illinois use NCSA's systems to simulate how U.S. air quality will be affected by global climate and emission changes. Read more

    released on 08.24.07

  5. Swirling strengths

    Swirling strengths

    Visualizations created at NCSA helped a research team to better understand the dynamics of the vortex interaction in gravity currents. Read more

    released on 08.24.07

  6. Imaginations unbound in a petascale world

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    released on 08.23.07

  7. A common occurrence

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    released on 08.23.07

  8. Ocean forecasting

    Ocean forecasting

    NCSA's Advanced Visualization Lab collaborated to visualize the Monterey Bay. Read more

    released on 05.10.07

  9. NCSA users publish first simulation of an entire life form

    NCSA users publish first simulation of an entire life form

    There's never been a computer simulation of an entire life form at atomic detail. Until now. Read more

    released on 03.10.06

  10. NCSA visualizes ‘Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity’

    NCSA visualizes ‘Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity’

    High-resolution scientific visualizations created at NCSA will illustrate spectacular cosmic wonders when the planetarium show Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity debuts at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science Read more

    released on 02.01.06

  11. More than just muscle

    After years of using NCSA's supercomputers, Yuanhui Zhang's team works with the center's visualization experts to get a new view of airflow in airplane cabins. Read more

    released on 05.27.05

  12. Hunt for the Supertwister

    Hunt for the Supertwister

    A close collaboration between NCSA visualization experts and atmospheric researchers sheds new light on the formation of the most powerful, dangerous tornadoes. Read more

    released on 11.08.04

  13. Playing the supercomputer game

    Playing the supercomputer game

    Researchers at NCSA theorized that because of the unique processor of the PS2—a cluster of the consoles could potentially be used for scientific computation. Read more

    released on 05.27.03

  14. Best Hack award winner

    NCSA's Mark Johns, along with his partner Justin Lee, received the Best Student Hack award at the MacHack 2000 conference held in Dearborn, Mich., last summer. Read more

    released on 10.03.00