A Georgia Tech-led team works with Oak Ridge’s Titan supercomputer to revive antibiotics and devise new drug designs.
Tal Danino is one of several scientists working to engineer bacteria that can treat disease.
Fellows at July’s program review connected to an HPC system at the lab’s Leadership Computing Facility and experts (some of them DOE CSGF alumni) who work there mentored them.
Argonne National Laboratory researchers apply supercomputing heft to boost precision in particle predictions.
Josh Vermaas is lead author on research that could help defeat drug-resistant microbes.
Supercomputer models probe a path to designing electricity-producing layered materials.