November 14, 2022
Bill Cannon

Editor’s note: The featured researchers, Johannes Doerfert and William Moses, will present their latest paper on parallel computation and compilers,… Read More

Seeing the big picture

With New Orleans' first COVID-19 deaths in March 2020, local pathologists autopsied victims in an urgent effort to tackle the… Read More

November 2, 2022

Banding together

The electromagnetic spectrum we rely on for communication and more has become a packed multilane freeway. Cellphones, WiFi, Bluetooth, radar,… Read More

October 18, 2022

Efficient and inclusive

Editor's note: Listen to the Valerie Taylor interview on Science in Parallel. Argonne National Laboratory’s Valerie Taylor has built her… Read More

October 5, 2022

Crops for a changing planet

For years, scientists have been grappled with a seemingly insurmountable challenge: feeding the world while providing it with renewable energy… Read More

September 20, 2022

Scaling cancer

Like falling dominos, the cascading processes that control how our body’s cells divide, grow and eventually die usually go as… Read More

September 6, 2022

Boxing in software

A well-known saying among Silicon Valley entrepreneurs is “move fast and break things.” That approach, however, doesn’t work for those… Read More

August 23, 2022


The Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing program, better known in computing circles as SciDAC, launched 20 years ago last year… Read More

August 9, 2022

Adding up alloys

The future of additive manufacturing (AM), commonly called 3D printing, hinges on learning metals’ microstructure. Demands for more fuel-efficient transportation… Read More

July 26, 2022

Driving AI

For humans, the everyday act of starting a car or truck, pulling it into traffic and turning it right or… Read More

July 12, 2022