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  1. The detective with a thousand faces

    The detective with a thousand faces

    Illinois professor Ted Underwood uses high-performance computing to discover literary patterns to see relationships between things that might have seemed unrelated before. Read more

    released on 04.13.16

  2. CyberGIS Center’s ROGER supercomputer tracks Pueblo civilization

    CyberGIS Center’s ROGER supercomputer tracks Pueblo civilization

    ROGER computer models how climate change affected Pueblo culture Read more

    released on 04.06.16

  3. Blue Waters enables massive flu simulations

    Blue Waters enables massive flu simulations

    UCSD researchers model the viral coat in unprecedented detail. Read more

    released on 03.23.16

  4. SPIN Open House

    SPIN Open House

    Undergraduates are encouraged to come learn about available projects and discuss their interests with program mentors on March 31 at 3pm in the NCSA building. Read more

    released on 03.23.16

  5. DNA molecules directly interact with each other based on sequence

    DNA molecules directly interact with each other based on sequence

    Using Blue Waters supercomputer simulations, researchers find DNA molecules interact with each other based on sequence. Read more

    released on 03.22.16

  6. CompGen team builds ancestral trees to determine disease-causing genetic variants

    CompGen team builds ancestral trees to determine disease-causing genetic variants

    With the power of supercomputer Blue Waters, a team of Illinois researchers are working to understand how ancestral influences on our genomes can make us either susceptible or resilient to diseases. Read more

    released on 03.18.16

  7. NCSA teams up with Spurlock Museum for 30th anniversary exhibit

    NCSA teams up with Spurlock Museum for 30th anniversary exhibit

    The exhibit spotlights NCSA's 30 years of science, research and education. Read more

    released on 03.17.16

  8. Blue Waters instrumental in recent computational development

    Blue Waters instrumental in recent computational development

    Adjunct professor and technical program manager Seid Koric was part of the team that successfully and efficiently solved a large finite element problem. Read more

    released on 03.16.16

  9. Better understanding of voltage-gated-like ion channels may spark improvements in general anesthesia

    Better understanding of voltage-gated-like ion channels may spark improvements in general anesthesia

    Researchers work to understand voltage-gated-like ion channels and how they are affected by anesthetics. Read more

    released on 03.16.16

  10. DES data from NCSA featured in art show

    DES data from NCSA featured in art show

    Gigabytes of data collected from the Dark Energy Survey camera and processed at NCSA are featured in the art show "Art of Darkness" Read more

    released on 03.11.16

  11. PEcAn 1.4.5 released

    Latest version of the Predictive Ecosystem Analyzer is now available. Read more

    released on 03.11.16

  12. Gravitational Waves: An Illinois Connection

    Gravitational Waves: An Illinois Connection

    Research at Illinois help lay the groundwork to find gravitational waves. Read more

    released on 03.11.16

  13. NCSA turns 30!

    NCSA turns 30!

    The future started here when NCSA opened its doors 30 years ago to provide American researchers access to academic supercomputing. Read more

    released on 03.10.16

  14. Come see Blue Waters

    Come see Blue Waters

    On Saturday, March 12, NCSA will be holding an open house from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the National Petascale Computing Facility, 1725 S. Oak, Champaign, to showcase the Blue Waters supercomputer. Read more

    released on 03.07.16

  15. Blue Waters researchers visualize how HIV defeats a cellular defender

    Blue Waters researchers visualize how HIV defeats a cellular defender

    A new study offers the first atomic-scale view of an interaction between the HIV capsid—the protein coat that shepherds HIV into the nucleus of human cells -- and a host protein known as cyclophilin A. A paper describing the research appears in the journal Nature Communications. Read more

    released on 03.04.16