Honing the Quantum Information Edge

Berkeley Lab is co-leading a new strategic alliance of national labs, universities, and industry partners charged with developing and deploying scientifically useful quantum systems. Advances made by the Quantum Edge Information Alliance are also expected to help maintain U.S. leadership in next-generation information technology.
With the help of NERSC resources, scientists have extended a model that acts as a kind of weather time machine capable of estimating any day's weather back to 1806.
Three young scientists who conduct research using NERSC supercomputing resources have been chosen to receive 2019 HPC Early Career Achievement Awards.
Bin Yu recently joined the Biosciences Area as a faculty scientist. The renowned UC Berkeley statistician and machine learning expert has many ties to CRD collaborators.


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Director Mike Witherell tells the story of how collaborative science was born at Berkeley Lab.
Young women work on a laptop computer as Berkeley Lab mentor looks on.
ESnet is looking for a few good interns to work on exciting projects this summer.
The lab started the new year with a visit from representatives of the Energy Secretary's advisory board.
#BestViewFromaLab: The Farallon Islands, off the coast of San Francisco, as seen from the spotter scope in the NERSC office.
#YearInReview: ESnet and Brookhaven National Lab took a step towards quantum networking with one of the longest quantum entanglement experiments ever.


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