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Scientists at The University of Texas at Austin are changing the way we understand everything from artificial intelligence to hydraulic fracturing

Scientists at The University of Texas at Austin are changing the way we understand everything from artificial intelligence to hydraulic fracturing

Scientists at The University of Texas at Austin are changing the way we understand everything from artificial intelligence to hydraulic fracturing. Many of these faculty members will be joining leading researchers from around the world this month at the annual American Association for the Advancement of Science conference in Vancouver, British Columbia. Dr. Peter Stone…   » Continue Reading

Scientists depend on advanced computing to better understand evolution, drug discovery and genetics

Scientists depend on advanced computing to better understand evolution, drug discovery and genetics

Today’s medical technology can recognize tumors smaller than a fingernail, decode your DNA to predict future illness and even read a person’s mind by identifying electronic patterns in the brain. “Medical advances seem like wizardry,” said Harold Varmus, former director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). “But pull back the curtain, and sitting at…   » Continue Reading

Ranger supercomputer renders Sun anew for most advanced planetarium show ever produced

Ranger supercomputer renders Sun anew for most advanced planetarium show ever produced

“We live on a planet powered by a star.” –Whoopi Goldberg, “Journey to the Stars” Hayden Planetarium, American Museum of Natural History The Sun is the source of life and light, a bright companion in our travels through space. In recent years, new observations, new theories and new computer models of the Sun have shed…   » Continue Reading

Texas Advanced Computing Center’s latest supercomputer fuels a new era of scientific breakthroughs

Texas Advanced Computing Center’s latest supercomputer fuels a new era of scientific breakthroughs

What factors drive climate change? How did galaxies form after the Big Bang? Have we reached a point in medicine where doctors can customize patient-specific treatments to illness? What will we discover in the vast streams of data flowing through telescopes, sensors and large particle colliders? The answers to these “grand challenge” questions are vital…   » Continue Reading