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New Superconductivity Mechanism may Open Door to Unconventional Forms

November 25, 2008 4:31 am | News | Comments

Laboratory researchers have posited an explanation for superconductivity that may open the door to the discovery of new, unconventional forms of superconductivity

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Revealing Hidden Properties of Ultracold Atomic Gas

November 25, 2008 4:21 am | News | Comments

A new photoemission spectroscopy technique is revealing properties of ultracold atomic gases.

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Ancient Frog-Killing Fungus Returns

November 24, 2008 10:17 am | News | Comments

A CSI-like investigation is pursuing a killer known to have been running rampant for the past decade. Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd) is a chytrid fungus that lives on keratin, a type of protein found in the skin of amphibians

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Scientific Computing’s HPC Special Edition

November 18, 2008 10:52 am | by Suzanne Tracy, Editor in Chief | Articles | Comments

Suzanne Tracy, Editor in Chief Scientific Computing’s HPC Special Edition presents solutions that help to optimize workflows and expedite operations

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Next Generation Sequencing Speeds Personalized Medicine

November 18, 2008 8:30 am | by Douglas Brown, Ph.D. | Articles | Comments

Helping to channel the data tsunami Douglas Brown, Ph.D. Currently, it costs about $1 million to sequence a human genome. However, new sequencing technologies are under development that dramatically increase the speed and reduce the costs. These next-generation tools are having a dramatic effect in research universities and companies in the pharmaceutical, biotech and chemical industries

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Mission Possible: Data intensive computing pushes scientific frontiers

November 18, 2008 7:48 am | by Ian Gorton, Christopher S. Oehmen and Jason E. McDermott | Articles | Comments

Data intensive computing pushes scientific frontiers Ian Gorton, Christopher S. Oehmen and Jason E. McDermott How can scientists transform terabytes and petabytes of streaming data into information that promotes vital discoveries and timely decisions — in near real time?

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Aiding Environmental Cleanup: Comparative analysis sheds light on biomediation potential

November 18, 2008 7:02 am | by Ian Gorton, Christopher S. Oehmen and Jason E. McDermott | Articles | Comments

Comparative analysis sheds light on biomediation potential Ian Gorton, Christopher S. Oehmen and Jason E. McDermott Researchers used a MeDICi-generated pipeline to analyze a collection of openly available genome data sets for 10 species of the Shewanella bacterium

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Community Proteomics Analysis: Pipeline speeds time-to-solution

November 18, 2008 6:48 am | Articles | Comments

Pipeline speeds time-to-solution Ian Gorton, Christopher S. Oehmen and Jason E. McDermott The computational powerhouses needed for large, complicated searches to identify proteins place the latest peptide identification methods beyond the reach of researchers with limited computational capacity. However, a free PNNL-developed program called Polygraph allows rapid and confident identification of peptides from proteomics samples.

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Critical Crossroads for HPC: Key challenges for today’s high performance computing environments

November 18, 2008 5:37 am | by Eng Lim Goh, Ph.D. | Articles | Comments

Key challenges for today’s high performance computing environments Eng Lim Goh, Ph.D. As a chief technology officer, I spend roughly half my time talking to customers assessing their current and future needs

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Citation Generation Aids

November 18, 2008 5:18 am | by John R. Joyce, Ph.D. | Blogs | Comments

You can find multiple guides on the Web, and all will make your life easier John R. Joyce, Ph.D. Whether you are engaged in writing documentation, writing scientific papers, or simply have a son or daughter in high school, the question will eventually come up as to how to write a citation

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High speed Copper Interconnects Address Critical HPC Hurdles

November 17, 2008 11:42 am | by Russell Hornung | Articles | Comments

ACCA offers alternative to passive copper and optical cables Russell Hornung Datacenter cable management and power consumption are becoming increasingly critical for high performance computing (HPC) systems, enterprise server and storage applications

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SeismicCity Pumps it Up: Crunching massive datasets with powerful new algorithms

November 17, 2008 10:40 am | by Frank Moldstand | Articles | Comments

Crunching massive datasets with powerful new algorithms Frank Moldstand The search for oil may summon up movie images of wildcatters being sprayed by geysers or stumbling across some "bubbling crude," but only in Hollywood is it ever that easy

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It Takes Glue to Tango: MeDICi integration framework creates data-intensive computing pipeline

November 17, 2008 10:04 am | by Ian Gorton, Christopher S. Oehmen and Jason E. McDermott | Articles | Comments

MeDICi integration framework creates data-intensive computing pipeline Ian Gorton, Christopher S. Oehmen and Jason E. McDermott At Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, researchers are creating computing environments for biologists that seamlessly integrate collections of data and computational resources

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High Performance Development with Python

November 17, 2008 8:04 am | by Diane Garey and Steve Lang | Articles | Comments

Achieving high productivity prototypical development for mathematical and statistical modeling Diane Garey and Steve Lang Python is an open source dynamic language that is growing in popularity. Combining the ease-of-use of Python with the high performance of numerical libraries means that ideas can more quickly become applications, increasing the productivity of developers and the value of high performance computing (HPC) environments, while...

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OM-CP-TCTEMP2000

November 11, 2008 6:35 am | Omega Engineering | Product Releases | Comments

OM-CP-TCTEMP2000 thermocouple temperature data logger has a large, backlit LCD display

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