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NERSC’s Computing Power Steps into the Coronavirus Battle

City of Hope's Beckman Research Institute is using NERSC's Cori supercomputer to perform COVID-19 genome analysis. The project is using GROMACS and Amber codes to identify small molecules that can be used to assist in the diagnosis of COVID-19, design peptide libraries to mimic virus-host interactions, and annotate the virulence of the Italian strain as compared to the Chinese strain of COVID-19.

NERSC, ESnet Continue to Deliver for Nation’s Scientists During Pandemic

While people hunker down to slow the advance of COVID-19, NERSC and ESnet continue to provide critical computing and networking resources to thousands of scientists, including some who are exploring ways to fight the pandemic.

CRD’s Dan Martin Takes on New Role with the Exascale Computing Project

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project has named Dan Martin, a computational scientist in Berkeley Lab's CRD, team lead for their Earth and Space Science portfolio.

Earlier Spring Foliage Brings Warmer Air to the North

A group of researchers using supercomputers at NERSC have found that early spring “leaf-out” is causing an increase in annual surface warming in the Northern Hemisphere.

InTheKnow

  • Listen to Berkeley Lab researchers Jean Luc Vay, Axel Huebl, and Maxence Thévenet describing their work on WarpX in an ECP podcast.
  • Listen to Peter Nugent (Berkeley Lab), Frank Alexander (Brookhaven National Lab), and Frank Van Essen (Livermore Lab) discussing ExaLearn in a podcast from ECP.
  • The deadline to apply for the Women in IT Networking at SC (WINS) program has been extended to May 1, 2020.
  • The deadline for submissions to the 2020 R&D 100 awards has been extended to June 26, 2019.
  • Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences staff authored a chapter called "Superfacility: The Convergence of Data, Compute, Networking, Analytics and Software" for the Handbook on Big Data and Machine Learning in the Physical Sciences.
  • For those looking for kid-friendly STEM educational activities during the shelter-in-place, Berkeley Lab's K-12 education program is compiling resources on this website.
  • The Women Transforming Technology (WT2) conference is going virtual and it's free! Register now for the May 5 event.

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