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  Drones Unearth More Details about Chaco Culture
  Blood Flow in the Brain, Multi-Scale Modeling and More: Life as an Early-career HPC Researcher
  Alzheimer's-Cancer Link found using Biomedical Data, Supercomputing
  Up In Smoke: Rocky Mountain High Redefined by Legalized Marijuana
  Intel Selects Georgia Tech as Site for Next Parallel Computing Center
  NASA Super Guppy Makes Special Delivery

Battery Design Innovation in Hybrid-Electric Vehicles

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Battery design aims to increase energy density (energy stored per unit mass), extend battery life and improve overall charge/discharge efficiencies in order to reduce unit costs and enhance product reliability. Read more about battery technology innovation for hybrid-electric vehicles.


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Drones Unearth More Details about Chaco Culture

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Recently published research describes how archaeologists outfitted a customized drone with a heat-sensing camera to unearth what they believe are ceremonial pits and other features at the site of an ancient village in New Mexico. The discovery of the structures hidden beneath layers of sediment and sagebrush is being hailed as an important step that could help archaeologists shed light on mysteries long buried by eroding desert landscapes


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The Future of Big Data

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Join us to learn how HLRN and Adaptive Computing are accelerating insights in scientific computing by unifying data center resources, optimizing the analysis process, and observing workflow status.


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Blood Flow in the Brain, Multi-Scale Modeling and More: Life as an Early-career HPC Researcher

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iSGTW speaks to Derek Groen, a post-doctoral researcher from the Centre for Computational Science at University College London (UCL), UK. He’ll be presenting his work into the optimization of hemodynamics simulation code at ISC’14, and he tells iSGTW why the event is not to be missed by early-career researchers.


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Alzheimer's-Cancer Link found using Biomedical Data, Supercomputing

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A team led by Houston Methodist Research Institute (HMRI) scientists has found that Alzheimer's disease and cancer share a pathway in gene transcription, a process essential for cell reproduction and growth. They published their findings in December 2013 in the open access journal Scientific Reports by the Nature Publishing Group.


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Big Data Meets HPC

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Don’t miss our coverage of Big Data Analytics, Fostering Bi-directional Data Flow, Ramping up the Velocity of Big Data, Creating Mobile to HPC Applications using a Single Source Tree, and SciFinder.


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Up In Smoke: Rocky Mountain High Redefined by Legalized Marijuana

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Tens of thousands of pot smokers wheezed a sigh of relief when recreational marijuana use was made legal January 1, 2014. Gone is the cottage industry of gray-area physicians rubber-stamping medical prescriptions for a well-informed gaggle of would-be stoners who memorized popular conditions sure to garner approval.


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Intel Selects Georgia Tech as Site for Next Parallel Computing Center

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As modern computer systems become more powerful, utilizing as many as millions of processor cores in parallel, Intel is looking for new ways to efficiently use these high performance computing (HPC) systems to accelerate scientific discovery. As part of this effort, Intel has selected Georgia Tech as the site of one of its Parallel Computing Centers.


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NASA Super Guppy Makes Special Delivery

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NASA’s Super Guppy, a wide-bodied cargo aircraft, landed at the Redstone Army Airfield near Huntsville, AL, on March 26, 2014, with a special delivery: an innovative composite rocket fuel tank. The Super Guppy has a hinged nose that opens and allows large cargos like the tank to be easily unloaded.


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