Thursday, June 2, 2022
By Rob Mitchum
The part of the world now known as Afghanistan was home to some of the earliest human communities, dating back as far as 50,000 years. But today, the country’s ancient sites are under constant threat, as wars, religious extremism, agriculture, and development lead to the destruction of irreplaceable artifacts and architecture.
Tuesday, February 15, 2022
Benoit Roux leads effort to build supercomputing cluster to explore structure and dynamics of biological systems
By Matt Wood
Biomedical research increasingly depends on high-performance computing for modeling and large-scale simulations of the molecular building blocks for biological functions. Recent advances in imaging technology, like cryo-electronic microscopy, produce images of molecules at unprecedented resolution, but also generate enormous amounts of data that need equally enormous amounts of computing horsepower to analyze.
Wednesday, December 15, 2021
The RCC wish you and your team a happy holiday season and great start in 2022!
Computational Scientist Teodora Szasz Interviewed by Intel on Scientific Visualization, Billion Cells, Covid-19 & Invisible Monsters
Monday, August 2, 2021
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Thursday, June 10, 2021
For the first time, researchers visualize metabolic process at the single-cell level
Originally published on the PME website and written by Emily Ayshford
Understanding cellular metabolism—how a cell uses energy—could be key to treating a wide array of diseases, including vascular diseases and cancer.