Sandia Scientists Win Processing Time on DOE Supercomputer | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Two researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have been awarded processing time on Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Cray XT supercomputers to simulate complex biological membranes for use in disease studies.

Under the Department of Energy's Novel Computational Impact of Theory and Experiment, or INCITE, award, the Sandia researchers will have one million processor hours on ORNL's machines, the Albuquerque, NM, lab said today.

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