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March 3, 2014

ALCF Staff Help Introduce Girls to Science and Engineering
Argonne hosted Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day (IGED) at the ALCF to give young women the opportunity to discover research careers.
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February 21, 2014

High-tech Modeling: Computer Mockups Hone in on Human Physiology
Recent projects at Argonne and at Johns Hopkins University traverse the numerical and graphical landscape of cerebral blood flow, the pathology of malaria, brain aneurysm, sickle cell anemia and even cancer...
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February 20, 2014

Whole Genome Analysis, STAT
A University of Chicago-based team—working with Beagle, one of the world's fastest supercomputers devoted to life sciences—reports that genome analysis can be radically accelerated. This Argonne-based computer is able to analyze 240 full genomes in about two days.
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February 14, 2014

The core of corrosion
A new study examines the common (and costly) phenomenon from a different angle.
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February 13, 2014

Mobile climate station heads to Finland
Having sailed the Pacific, the AMF2 mobile climate station hits Finland in its quest for valuable knowledge about the world’s climate and atmosphere.
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February 3, 2014

Passing the Torch from Intrepid to Mira
The ALCF's Blue Gene/P supercomputer is now decommissioned, but its legacy lives on in many ongoing research projects.
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January 29, 2014

Jed Brown wins SIAM Junior Scientist Award
Jed Brown has been named recipient of the 2014 SIAM Activity Group on Supercomputing (SIAG/SC) Junior Scientist Prize.
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January 8, 2014

ALCF and MCS Establish Joint Lab for Evaluating Computing Platforms
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January 8, 2014

Report offers Congress alternatives to corral Asian carp and other aquatic nuisance species
Argonne has been working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on a study to determine the risks that aquatic nuisance species will move between the two basins through aquatic pathways.
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December 20, 2013

A wrong molecular turn can lead to type 2 diabetes
Argonne computing resources aid in research to understand how proteins misfold to create the tissue-damaging structures that lead to type 2 diabetes.
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