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  1. What will scientists do with Blue Waters?

    What will scientists do with Blue Waters?

    Researchers will use Blue Waters to improve our understanding of tornadoes, earthquakes, the spread of contagious diseases, the formation of galaxies, the behavior of molecules and more. Read more

    released on 12.09.09

  2. Leaving the dark days

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    released on 11.12.09

  3. Computing crops

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    released on 11.12.09

  4. Doing the best

    Doing the best

    Access' Barbara Jewett chatted with IBM Fellow Ed Seminaro, chief architect for POWER HPC servers at IBM, about some of the unique aspects of the Blue Waters project. Read more

    released on 11.12.09

  5. Dark days

    Dark days

    As part of the Petascale Computing Resource Allocations program, a longtime NCSA collaborator and his team will make the improvements needed to run a popular cosmology simulation code on Blue Waters. Read more

    released on 11.12.09

  6. Get in the game

    Get in the game

    The graphics processing units in NCSA's Lincoln cluster speed molecular dynamics simulations that drive the development of detergents and drug-delivery systems. Read more

    released on 11.09.09

  7. NCSA answers questions about GPU computing

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    released on 11.03.09

  8. Getting viral

    Some early prospective users of Blue Waters will build computing code for global epidemic models. Read more

    released on 09.01.09

  9. Exciting times as applications are allocated to Blue Waters

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    released on 08.25.09

  10. The perfect pair

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    released on 08.25.09

  11. Hydrogen harvest

    A computational approach and NCSA resources help MIT researchers better understand the process of manufacturing hydrogen. Read more

    released on 08.25.09

  12. Closing the gaps

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    released on 04.15.09

  13. Exotic molecules

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    released on 04.15.09

  14. Realizing the dream

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    released on 04.15.09

  15. Ready on day 1

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    released on 04.15.09