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  1. XSEDE, PRACE call for input on collaboration

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    released on 07.17.12

  2. George Mason climate researcher Stan prepares to use Blue Waters

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    released on 07.16.12

  3. Fellowships support collaboration with Illinois faculty

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    released on 07.09.12

  4. NCSA’s iForge cluster gets upgrade

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    released on 07.09.12

  5. Illinois team uses Ember to simulate 1 million-grain cube of steel

    Researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign used NCSA's Ember to simulate the elastic-plastic transition, or the change from reversible to irreversible deformation, of a 1 million-grain cube of grade-316 steel under pure shear stress. It is thought to be the largest nonlinear simulation in which each grain has different material characteristics. Read more

    released on 06.29.12

  6. NCSA networking intern gets head start on computer science degree

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    released on 06.22.12

  7. SIGGRAPH to feature work by NCSA visualization team

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    released on 06.19.12

  8. NCSA, Korean science and technology center form joint supercomputing laboratory

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    released on 06.11.12

  9. NAMD 2.9 goes viral on Blue Waters

    With the 2.9 release of NAMD, which includes a new high-performance interface to the Cray Gemini network of Blue Waters, scientists are now able to simulate the first all-atom structure of an HIV virus capsid in its tubular form. Read more

    released on 06.08.12

  10. NCSA 2015

    NCSA Director Thom Dunning gives a summary of NCSA 2015: the new Advanced Digital Services and Data-intensive Computing directorates. Read more

    released on 05.22.12

  11. Behind the scenes of NCSA: Image miners

    The information age we live in exists on top of a large amount of digital data. What many may not realize is that this is only a fraction of the data that could be at our disposal. Read more

    released on 05.22.12

  12. NCSA planning 500 petabytes of storage capacity

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    released on 05.22.12

  13. A moving question

    NCSA and XSEDE aid an Indiana University researcher studying the migration of massive planets in protoplanetary disks. Read more

    released on 05.22.12

  14. Serving the world of science

    Alan Blatecky, head of the National Science Foundation's Office of Cyberinfrastructure, recently chatted with Access' Barbara Jewett about the new visions at OCI and NSF. Read more

    released on 05.22.12

  15. Jump-starting the hydrogen economy

    With computing resources from XSEDE, engineers at Ohio University explore ammonia as a source of hydrogen for tomorrow's fuel cells. Read more

    released on 05.22.12