Experimental Introduction

  Introducing Experimental Data into Molecular Simulations on Bridges Improves Predictions of Metallic Glass Structure Metallic glass has great strength and flexibility and can be engineered for specific uses. These properties make it useful for medical devices,...

Settling In

Settling In Bridges Refines Protein Simulations, Approaching Lab Accuracy To understand how the tiny machinery of life works in health and disease, scientists need accurate pictures of how proteins fold and move. But laboratory methods for imaging proteins are slow,...

Science Highlights Fall 2019

  Science Highlights Fall 2019 This issue of PSC Science Highlights features “Deep learning” Artificial Intelligence that promises fewer false alarms and early prediction of breast cancer development; atomistic models which explain and predict the...

Fall 2019 Briefs

PSC News in Brief   AIDR 2019 Conference Brings AI Researchers to Pittsburgh In May, 150 researchers, librarians, scientists, computer scientists and industry professionals from 10 countries and dozens of organizations convened at Carnegie Mellon University for...

Building Better Batteries

Building Better Batteries CMU Scientists Use Bridges to Simulate Improved Battery Components The move toward cleaner, cheaper energy would be much easier if we had more powerful, safer battery technologies. Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) scientists are using PSC’s...