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March 26, 2014

A Virtual Locksmith for Proteins
Scientists from Argonne, UChicago, and the CI have created a new computational pipeline to rapidly perform the feat of molecular locksmithing, a process called virtual ligand screening.
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March 25, 2014

Mira the Supercomputer
Another episode of the Naked Scientist podcast partially recorded at Argonne looks at the laboratory’s flagship supercomputer.
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March 19, 2014

World's Most Advanced Computers Unravel the Universe's Most Primitive Processes (Op-Ed)
A team of researchers led by Salman Habib is using Argonne's Mira and Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Titan supercomputers to see how tiny variations in the Big Bang can grow to form enormous clumps that now host stars and galaxies.
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March 11, 2014

New Textbook Wins 2013 Choice Award
Emeritus Hans Kaper has authored a new textbook, "Mathematics and Climate," which won the 2013 Choice Award and covers the intersection of climate science and mathematical modeling.
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March 7, 2014

Comparing observation-based estimates of active-layer thickness with Earth system model predictions
The depth of seasonally thawed soils (active layer) in the arctic environment determines the quantity of soil carbon emissions that may affect the global climate. 
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March 4, 2014

Interview: Argonne Announces Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing
Argonne Announces Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing
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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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