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Scientists explain NSF/XSEDE discoveries made with supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center.

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NSF-funded supercomputers help supercharge protein assembly

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Using NSF-funded supercomputers to help design an enzyme that eats plastic bottles

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Supercomputing the emergence of material behavior

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Findings could help scientists design new ice-resistant materials

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NSF's Advanced Cyberinfrastructure director Manish Parashar discusses a new "Frontera" for science discoveries

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The best modeling yet of Earth's mantle plumes, with help from the NSF-funded Stampede supercomputer

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NSF-funded supercomputing tackles the mysteries of black holes and other space oddities

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NSF-funded research combines cryo-electron microscopy with supercomputer simulations to create best model yet of a vital molecular machine

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NSF-funded supercomputing helps researchers develop a new way to make controlled beams of gamma rays from a laser that fits on a table-top

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Researchers hope to discover a million galaxies before 2020, with help from HETDEX, the Hobby-Eberly Telescope Dark Energy Experiment

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An open source software called Docker bundles up the loose ends of applications into something fairly light that can run on any system

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The “Zika Hackathon” launches in Austin, Texas, to fight the spread of the virus with the data-crunching super powers of the NSF-funded Wrangler supercomputer

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Happy Fossil Friday!  An initiative called PaleoCore gets paleontologists on the same page, with the help of NSF-funded supercomputing

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Biologist Rebecca Young traces the genes behind monogamous behavior, with help from the NSF-funded Wrangler supercomputer

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Computer scientist Joshua New of Oak Ridge National Laboratory optimizes buildings to save energy, with some help from the NSF-funded Wrangler supercomputer

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Johann Rudi and NSF-funded Omar Ghattas, winners of the 2015 ACM Gordon Bell Prize, discuss how supercomuting helped them model deep Earth

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NSF-funded Manuela Campanelli of the Rochester Institute of Technology uses the supercomputing resources of XSEDE to explore black holes

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The supercomputing resources of NSF-funded XSEDE make a big difference in preparing for earthquakes

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NSF-funded Robert McLay discusses a software tool he co-developed called XALT, which tracks user codes and environments on a computer cluster 




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The NSF-funded Wrangler supercomputer is taking on big data for big science results!

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