U.S. veterans will soon be able to complete physical therapy in a virtual gaming environment made possible through some of the fastest Internet networks in the country.
Visualizing the groundwater flow in these areas helps scientists better understand the risk involved.
Researchers use advanced sequencing and TACC’s Ranger supercomputer to uncover origin of common algae.
Bhagawan Sahu is part of a nationwide search to find nanoscale materials that can replace silicon transistors by the year 2020.
Supercomputers help researchers find deeper insight into the purity, structure and behavior of proteins, DNA and RNA.
Archaeologists and technologists develop supercomputer-powered solutions to protect and preserve ancient sites and artifacts.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory uses supercomputer simulations to explore designer enzymes for renewable fuels.
Supercomputer simulations by University of Washington researchers outline the potential risks and benefits of geoengineering, specifically the release of volcanic aerosols into the atmosphere.
Vishy Iyer and colleagues use supercomputers and next-generation gene sequences to explore DNA and heredity.
The National Science Foundation-funded "Ranger" supercomputer explores what lies beyond the standard model of particle physics.
Improved 3-D simulations force scientists to reevaluate the Sun's composition. Results show the amount of carbon and oxygen in our star is 30 to 40 percent lower than previously believed.
Physicists at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign are working to develop a new method to sequence the human genome that will make the dream of the $1000 genome a reality.
Biologist Mikhail Matz studies how corals evolve. He is hoping to catch evolution in action as corals adapt to the ever-changing ocean environment, which gets warmer and more acidic every year