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DOE SCIENCE NEWS BY TOPIC: Computational Sciences
Driven by rapid technological advances within the past two decades, computing and high-speed networking have emerged as powerful tools for science and are even changing the ways in which modern science is conducted. DOE is a national leader in the scientific computing field–supporting fundamental research in advanced scientific computing, applied mathematics, computer science, and networking. The DOE computational infrastructure provides world-class, high-performance computational and networking tools that enable scientific, energy, environmental, and national security research.

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Spiraling back in time

Spiraling back in time

Using a code developed for GPU supercomputing architectures, including that of the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Cray XK7 Titan, to simulate the evolution of the Milky Way galaxy, a team of researchers from the Netherlands and Japan is a Gordon Bell Prize finalist.

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SLAC's earliest websites reappear in 'Stanford Wayback'

The Stanford University Libraries have restored the earliest websites of the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and made them available to browse once again.

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SLAC's earliest websites reappear in 'Stanford Wayback'

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Lab News Releases
18-Nov-2014
New initiatives debut at Industry Growth Forum
DOE/National Renewable Energy Laboratory

14-Nov-2014
Oak Ridge to acquire next generation supercomputer
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

12-Nov-2014
Latest supercomputers enable high-resolution climate models, truer simulation of extreme weather
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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