Blue Waters studies biolocomotion
Using the Blue Waters supercomputer, Illinois researcher Mattia Gazzola studies the interaction between musculoskeletal systems and environments.
Blue Waters Impact: Rommie Amaro
Blue Waters researcher, Rommie Amaro describes how using the Blue Waters supercomputer was critical to her research. Learn how Blue Waters has enabled major breakthroughs in science for the past five years. Celebrate with us at SC18!
2018 Symposium Videos Online
More than 90 researchers attended and presented at this year’s Blue Waters Symposium in Sunriver, Oregon.
Blue Waters aids in providing real-time crop type data
The new technique can distinguish crops with 95 percent accuracy just two or three months after planting and well before harvest.
Five years of fellows: Celebrating the Blue Waters Graduate Fellowship
NCSA's Blue Waters project is welcoming its fifth cadre of Blue Waters Graduate Fellows. We caught up with a few fellows from the past five years to talk about their experiences, and the impact of their Blue Waters Graduate Fellowship.
Blue Waters maps the poles
The more than 1.2 million node hours awarded to REMA is one of the largest Blue Waters Innovation allocations.
TOTAL COMPUTING POWER DELIVERED
Since Blue Waters went into production on March 28, 2013, it has provided 24.5 billion core - hours to scientists and engineers across the country .