NIEHS Picks Cray Supercomputer for Protein Structure Analysis

Seattle-based computer company Cray said this week that the National Institute of Environmental Health and Sciences will use a Cray XD1 supercomputer for protein structure analysis and molecular modeling.

Cray will install the new supercomputer in the first quarter of 2005 in the NIEHS research facility in Research Triangle Park, NC. The system will be under the supervision of the office of the scientific director within the NIEHS Division of Intramural Research.

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