Arianna Krinos – and her roommate, friend and collaborator – will head to graduate school at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology this fall.
A Brookhaven-Rutgers group uses supercomputing to target the most promising drug candidates from a daunting number of possibilities.
Gabriel Casabona will graduate from the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth and join the DOE CSGF to study computational astrophysics.
Amanda Randles worked with a Rice University team to understand the forces their 3-D printed capillaries face.
Subjects the students will study include climate dynamics, theoretical condensed matter, computational topology and biological oceanography.
A Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory team takes a stab, atom-by-atom, at an 80-year-old controversy over a metal-shaping property called crystal plasticity.