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Blue Waters reveals how staph bacteria cling to human cells

Combining experimental and computational approaches, Rafael Bernardi and the late Klaus Schulten from the Beckman Institute teamed up with Lukas Milles and Hermann Gaub from the LMU Physics Department to decipher the mechanism responsible for staph adhesion.

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TOTAL COMPUTING POWER DELIVERED

    Since Blue Waters went into production on March 28, 2013, it has provided 22.2 billion core - hours to scientists and engineers across the country .

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Collaborative Research: Advancing first-principle symmetry-guided nuclear modeling for studies of nucleosynthesis and fundamental symmetries in nature (Jobs:2)
PI: Jerry Draayer, Louisiana State University
XE65536
Continuation of Petascale Simulation of HED Plasmas (Jobs:4)
PI: Warren Mori, University of California, Los Angeles
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Ion channels response in physiological conditions: toward a computational framework for nociception (Jobs:367)
PI: Vincenzo Carnevale, Temple University
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Ion channels response in physiological conditions: toward a computational framework for nociception (Jobs:28)
PI: Vincenzo Carnevale, Temple University
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Ion channels response in physiological conditions: toward a computational framework for nociception (Jobs:73)
PI: Vincenzo Carnevale, Temple University
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