Alyssa Goodman. Photo by Benjamin Recchie, RCC.

Paper and Glue, Pixels and Ink

Friday, December 19, 2014

The scientific paper of the future isn't paper at all.

UChicago researchers are using high-performance computing to make an impact in patients' everyday lives. Courtesy of the Computation Institute.

Virtual Evaluation: Modeling the Ripples of Health Care Information

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Using RCC's high-performance computers, researchers at the Computation Institute and University of Chicago Medicine & Biological Sciences are creating a new tool for assessing health care innovations and policies.

A recent study investigated the complex interplay between the teeming communities of microbes that are unique to each person and the bacteria found in their homes.

Individual's Unique Microbial "Fingerprint" Drastically Affects Home Environment

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Mounting evidence suggests that microscopic, teeming communities of microbes play a role in human health and disease treatment and transmission.

Gregory Voth, the Haig P. Papazian Distinguished Service Professor in Chemistry and director of the Center for Multiscale Theory and Simulation.

Computation Leads to Better Understanding of Flu Replication

Monday, June 16, 2014

University of Chicago scientists have published computational results that may give drug designers the insight they need to develop the next generation of effective influenza treatment.

"Lightning talks" is a bit of a misnomer, as each talk lasts many million times longer than a single lightning bolt. That's probably for the best.

Lightning Talks Return

Thursday, February 27, 2014

This round of speakers focused on applications of computer and programming skills to areas ranging from social good to genomics to nanotechnology at CI centers and projects including Swift, Globus, the Data Science for Social Good Fellowship, and more.

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