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  1. Blue Waters staff, partners bring home awards from SC10

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    released on 11.24.10

  2. Illinois workshop charts path, and roadblocks, toward personalized medicine

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    released on 11.23.10

  3. Green machine

    With guidance from ECE professor Wen-mei Hwu, CS professor Bill Gropp, and cluster experts at NCSA, students got hands-on experience building their own supercomputer with NVIDIA graphics-proces sing units. Read more

    released on 11.22.10

  4. NCSA to deploy IBM’s GPFS for all supercomputing systems

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    released on 11.15.10

  5. Joint Laboratory on Petascale Computing to hold workshop Nov. 22-24

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    released on 11.15.10

  6. SC10 panel to discuss Future Supercomputing Centers

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    released on 11.10.10

  7. NCSA visualizations help tell ‘Life: A Cosmic Story’

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    released on 11.10.10

  8. The next scientists

    Undergraduate institute prepares students to integrate computer science, other research disciplines. Read more

    released on 11.09.10

  9. A blast in the past

    A University of Kansas research team is using NCSA's Abe to explore the energy of cosmic rays and a possible link to massive prehistoric extinction events. Read more

    released on 11.09.10

  10. Natural flows and turbulence

    Work by a University of Illinois team may help prevent deep sea oil pipeline disasters. Read more

    released on 11.09.10

  11. To market, to market…

    An online database that brings together farmers and customers is just one example of the power of geospatial Web tools. Read more

    released on 11.09.10

  12. Behind the scenes of ‘Hubble 3D’

    Behind the scenes of ‘Hubble 3D’

    NCSA's Advanced Visualization Lab (AVL) helped create the new movie "Hubble 3D." Read more

    released on 11.09.10

  13. NCSA provides sneak peek of what Webb will see

    As scientists and engineers work to make NASA's James Webb Space Telescope a reality, they find themselves wondering what new sights the largest space-based observatory ever constructed will reveal. Drawing on the latest simulation data, NCSA's Advanced Visualization Laboratory created detailed visualizations of the formation of galaxies, stars, and planets—phenomena that scientists hope to capture with Webb. Read more

    released on 11.03.10

  14. ...And the sky is blue

    Computing codes improved as part of the National Science Foundation's Petascale Computing Resource Allocations program will transform fundamental chemistry with wide-ranging impact. Read more

    released on 11.01.10

  15. Fine-tuning experiments

    A Northwestern University researcher studying intermetallic compounds relies on high-performance computing to conduct atomic modeling prior to planning experiments. Read more

    released on 11.01.10