Los Alamos researchers develop code to distribute computation more efficiently and across increasing numbers of supercomputer processors.
Simulations on Oak Ridge’s Titan supercomputer reveal how pulsed lasers can best sculpt metal nanoparticles.
Rice University team computes protein conformations for paths around autoimmunity.
Supercomputer simulations predict how E. coli adapts to environmental stresses.
Warmer temperatures can alter a cell’s protein structure. Researchers developed a systems-level computational model, FoldME, that can accurately predict how E. coli responds to temperature changes and genetic mutations. FoldME could aid in designing engineered organisms useful in biofuel production and patient-specific treatments for bacterial infections.View full highlight »