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Visualization of a rotating and highly magnetized progenitor star
iluustration showing a map of links between the genes of the mustard plant Arabidopsis thaliana
Illustration of the T. aurantiacus LPMO (gray) with cellulose
  • Converting biomass to fuels
  • Researchers use NSF-supported Stampede supercomputer to improve catalysts for conversion
  • Released June 30, 2014
illustration showing air pushed through vocal folds causing them to vibrate
  • The aeroacoustics of jets
  • Simulations helps scientists understand and control turbulence in humans and machines
  • Released June 27, 2014
image of protein strcuture and text photo gallery
  • Computing a cure for HIV
  • Nine ways NSF-supported supercomputers help scientists understand and treat the disease
  • Released June 26, 2014
Dynamic simulation of the structural evolution of hard spheres representing a colloidal gel
  • Helping ideas gel
  • NSF-supported Stampede supercomputer powers innovations in materials science
  • Released June 26, 2014
snapshot from the Penn State University real-time hurricane analysis
two stages in the temporal evolution of synthetic DNA nanostructures  imaged through Stampede
 3-D GRMHD simulation of a differentially rotating and highly magnetized progenitor to a supernova
Slide collage and words Funding as Fulcrum--NSF & the I/UCRC Program
  • Funding as fulcrum
  • NSF’s Industry and University Cooperative Research program pays big dividends for science and engineering
  • Released May 19, 2014

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