Electrosythesis of ethylene? Enhancing physical activity in sedentary older adults? Uncertainty analysis of the future cost of wind energy on climate change mitigation? This month’s selection of publications featuring research using the MGHPCC.
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The Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center is located in Holyoke, in large part, because of the low-cost, green energy available there. Business West reports on the green credentials of their electricity supplier, HG&E. Continue reading Holyoke’s Utility Takes Leadership Role in Green Energy
Equivariant wavelets? Exciton-phonon interactions? Finite quantum baths? Evolution of the codling moth pheromone? This month’s selection of publications featuring research using the MGHPCC.
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Agreement includes generous software subscriptions and $20 million grant. Expansion offers BU and other members of the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC), resources to make a greater impact on open cloud research.
Continue reading BU and Red Hat Extend, Expand Partnership for Cloud Research
Amid rising global cases and threatening variants, a major gap remains to be filled in the world’s strategy for defeating the pandemic: effective therapeutics. Now, a Massachusetts startup powered by a wide range of HPC resources – including hometown resources from the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC) – has identified four promising FDA-approved drugs whose efficacy as COVID-19 therapeutics is supported by data from millions of patients. Continue reading Massachusetts Startup Uses Supercomputing to Identify Four Promising COVID Therapeutics
By now, most people who run small and midsize businesses know that they ought to take advantage of artificial intelligence to make their companies competitive in the digital age. But many don’t know how to go about it.
To meet this demand, Northeastern, a founding member of the MGHPCC Consortium, which invested $50 million in a new artificial intelligence research institute last year, will lead a new Massachusetts program, AI Jump Start, to connect small business owners in the state with academic faculty experts to learn how machine learning can grow their companies. Continue reading How Can Small Businesses Benefit from Artificial Intelligence?
Providing storage services to production users since the beginning of 2020 the Open Storage Network provides easy access and high bandwidth sharing of active scientific data between research institutions.
Continue reading The Open Storage Network
Mammalian vertebral evolution? Reconstructing the development of the Milky Way? Uncovering the impacts of environmental exposure effects on human gut microbiota? This month’s selection of publications featuring research using the MGHPCC.
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Massachusetts-based biotech company ARIScience uses MGHPCC supercomputers to identify existing drugs able to break up SARS-CoV-2 – the virus that causes COVID-19 – at the molecular level.
Continue reading Biotech firm identifies four drugs that could be used against COVID-19
Deep time weevil evolution? Using machine learning to derive historic atmospheric particulate matter distributions? Tracking the role of BDNF in brain structure and function? Designing batteries better suited to fluctuating renewables? This month’s selection of publications featuring research using the MGHPCC.
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