The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) is part of the University of Texas at Austin. TACC designs and operates some of the world's most powerful computing resources. The center's mission is to enable discoveries that advance science and society through the application of advanced computing technologies.
Artificial protein assembly could help create new materials for renewable energy, medicine, water purification, and more.
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California Yellowtail genome assembly and annotation could potentially help in its sustainable harvest.
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Suzanne Pierce of the Texas Advanced Computing Center leads panel on bridging advanced computing with Earth science.
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XSEDE systems Stampede1 and Comet help sample protein folding in bone regeneration study.
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Code@TACC DesignSafe summer STEM camp sharpens civil engineering and computational skills for high school students.
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UT Austin President Greg Fenves on Stampede2 supercomputer: "Stampede2 computer will allow us to solve much bigger, much tougher problems."
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 5.13MB - Duration: 3:31 m (192 kbps 44100 Hz)
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