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Argonne, North Dakota universities to form regional research partnership

Argonne National Laboratory, the University of North Dakota and North Dakota State University announced today that they are developing a regional partnership to explore complementary scientific research efforts.

August 12, 2009
A scientist loads gears for coating with Argonne's superhard and slick material, which increases efficiency and component reliability in engines used in transportation as well as tools used in manufacturing. Argonne won an R&D 100 award for the superhard and slick material.
Argonne researchers win five R&D 100 awards

Researchers from Argonne National Laboratory received five R&D 100 awards as judged by R&D Magazine.

July 21, 2009
GridFTP, a protocol developed by researchers at Argonne National Laboratory, has been used to transfer unprecedented amounts of data over the Department of Energy's (DOE) Energy Sciences Network (ESnet), which provides a reliable, high-performance communications infrastructure to facilitate large-scale, collaborative science endeavors.
Argonne technology enables high-speed data transfer

GridFTP, a protocol developed by researchers at Argonne National Laboratory, has been used to transfer unprecedented amounts of data over the Department of Energy's Energy Sciences Network, which provides a reliable, high-performance communications infrastructure to facilitate large-scale, collaborative science endeavors.

June 17, 2009
Sven Leyffer
Three Argonne mathematicians recognized as SIAM Fellows

Sven Leyffer, Jorge Moré and Hans G. Kaper, all researchers from Argonne National Laboratory, have been named Fellows of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.

May 1, 2009
A view of one of the first full-energy collisions between gold ions at Brookhaven National Laboratory's Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider, as captured by the Solenoidal Tracker At RHIC (STAR) detector. The tracks indicate the paths taken by thousands of subatomic particles produced in the collisions as they pass through the STAR Time Projection Chamber, a large, 3-D digital camera. (Image courtesy of Brookhaven national Laboratory.)
Nimbus and cloud computing meet STAR production demands

The advantages of cloud computing were dramatically illustrated last week by researchers working on the STAR nuclear physics experiment at Brookhaven National Laboratory's Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collider.

April 2, 2009
Visualization of an exploding supernova created with the IBM Blue Gene/P at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility.
Leading-edge data analytics and visualization enable breakthrough science on Argonne's Blue Gene/P

Most science research programs that run on high-performance computers like the IBM Blue Gene/P Intrepid at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility generate enormous quantities of data that represent the results of their calculations. But scientists can also use the ALCF to visualize, explore and communicate their findings as highly accurate simulations and often beautiful images.

April 1, 2009
A simulation of a lead ion collision in ALICE. Image courtesy of CERN.
Argonne cloud computing helps scientists run high energy physics experiments using AliEn grid services

A novel system is enabling high energy physicists at CERN in Switzerland to make production runs that integrate their existing pool of distributed computers with dynamic resources in "science clouds."

March 24, 2009
Argonne computer scientist Mark Hereld presents a visualization of a computer simulation of neuronal activity in a brain afflicted by epilepsy.
Neural modeling helps expose epilepsy's triggers

In order to enrich their understanding of why seizures occur and propagate, scientists at Argonne National Laboratory have created a life-like model of small areas in the brain using state-of-the-art high-performance computers.

February 13, 2009
Argonne's modeling and simulation expertise to explore alternative sustainable sources of energy

Two computational scientists in the Mathematics and Computer Science Division at Argonne National Laboratory have been awarded a total of 37,500,000 hours of computing time on the Argonne Leadershi

December 18, 2008
Argonne's Leadership Computing Facility helps researcher win Sackler Prize

David Baker, University of Washington professor of biochemistry and an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Research Institute, has been awarded the 2008 Raymond & Beverly Sackler International Prize in Biophysics. Baker conducted his work on the IBM Blue Gene/P at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility.

December 17, 2008