A Department of Energy-National Cancer Institute project applies computational power to predict molecular targets for cancer therapies.
Alumnus Hal Finkel is developing ways to use low-power chips to accelerate future high-performance computers.
The Titan supercomputer and a tool called Starkiller help a Stony Brook University-led team simulate key moments in exploding stars.
Sarah Richardson is lead author on one of seven Science papers describing the research.
Brandon Wood’s latest research finds possible shortcuts on a material’s hydrogen storage and release pathways.
A University of Michigan team uses high-performance computing at Oak Ridge National Laboratory to predict how crystals form.