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ORNL, Tuskegee University Collaborate on Advanced Bioderived Materials Research
The partnership will work to develop new biodegradable materials for use in buildings, transportation and biomedical applications.
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ModSim 2021: The Future of Modeling and Simulation Gets a Nod from the Past
The virtual workshop brought together more than 70 modeling and simulation experts and practitioners who shared the latest trends and research.
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MSU Grad Student Alex Ballow Wins DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship
Ballow is one of just 30 national recipients of a 2021 Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship.
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Deep Learning Dreams Up New Protein Structures
Researchers show that a neural network trained exclusively to predict protein shapes can also generate new ones.
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ODU Graduate Student's Research on Neutrinos Published in Nature
The research reveals that major updates to neutrino models are needed for the experiments to achieve high-precision results.
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Two Research Projects Involving SBU Faculty Receive DOE INCITE Awards
Through these awards, the research teams will be able to access the leadership-class supercomputers at DOE’s Argonne & Oak Ridge National Laboratories
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