Scaling down

September 12, 2023
Bill Cannon

As researchers develop new materials for spacecraft, aircraft and earthbound uses, they need to generate images from experimental results quickly… Read More

Not-so-plain sight

Scientists and companies invest years and fortunes searching for new medicines. Many discoveries might already exist but remain hidden in… Read More

June 21, 2023

Toil and trouble

Bubbles could block promising technology that would separate carbon dioxide from industrial emissions, capturing the greenhouse gas before it… Read More

May 25, 2023

The storms ahead

In mere 18-month span, the Texas Cold Snap left millions of people without power, the Pacific Northwest heat wave… Read More

April 25, 2023

Quantum evolution

Bert de Jong leads the Applied Computing for Scientific Discovery Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He also heads the… Read More

April 13, 2023

Cosmic coding

Two new Department of Energy-sponsored telescopes, the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) and the Vera C. Rubin Observatory, will map… Read More

March 21, 2023

Light handling

Scientists constantly identify and qualify new materials, seeking substances with improved properties for use in everything from cars to space… Read More

March 7, 2023

Piecing together HPC and career

Like many computer scientists, Barbara Helland’s career began at a helpdesk. She worked with Iowa State University faculty and staff… Read More

February 17, 2023

High and dry

Midwesterners needn’t bother choosing their poison: droughts or floods. They get double dose of both. The region is experiencing… Read More

February 7, 2023

Computing function from form

Over the past two years, artificial intelligence has shown it can predict what many cellular components look like. For instance,… Read More

January 4, 2023