Science Highlights Fall 2018

From identifying the staggeringly distant origins of cosmic rays to enabling experiments with the tiniest test tubes in the world, over the last six months scientists have worked with PSC’s supercomputers and with expert staff to study nature at the biggest and smallest scales. Check out these discoveries and more in the new issue of Science Highlights, PSC’s electronic science magazine.

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Illustration of the CMS detector at the Large Hadron Collider, detecting the results of a proton-proton collision. Reproduced with permission from CERN.

PSC Supplies Computation to Large Hadron Collider Group

CMS Experiment Using Bridges Supercomputer to Simulate Collisions for Upgraded LHC Particle Accelerator

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     Upcoming maintenance Oct. 22-26

    The /pghbio filesystem will be down Oct. 22-26. Bridges, Olympus, all VMs & filesystems down Oct. 24-26. Read more

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Brain Image Library (BIL)

A national public resource enabling researchers to deposit, analyze, mine, share and interact with large brain image datasets:

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PSC is a service provider of the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE).