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POWERING RESEARCH THROUGHOUT THE LONE STAR STATE

TACC's leading role in University of Texas Research Cyberinfrastructure initiative enables discoveries by scholars throughout UT System

PREPARING FOR CHEMICAL ATTACKS WITH IMPROVED COMPUTER MODELS

UT San Antonio researchers develop tools to predict the dispersal of chemical plumes, pollutants

SUPERCOMPUTING THE 'HOW' OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS

Researchers from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley use TACC systems to uncover the mechanisms behind chemical reactions

AN AI ONCOLOGIST TO HELP CANCER PATIENTS WORLDWIDE

MD Anderson researchers use supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to develop, test treatment target identification tool for head and neck cancers

NEW CONTROL STRATEGY HELPS REAP MAXIMUM POWER FROM WIND FARMS

UT Dallas researchers use supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to improve wind energy production

HANDS-ON SUPERCOMPUTING LABS PREPARE STUDENTS FOR CAREERS IN DRUG DISCOVERY

Biochemistry professor at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler uses TACC systems for classroom instruction

ANTICIPATING THE DANGERS OF SPACE

Texas A&M, NASA and UT Medical Branch researchers use supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to estimate radiation risks for low Earth orbits

BLAST, BUBBLE AND BRAIN INJURY

University of Texas at Arlington researchers use simulations to study brain damage from bomb blasts and materials for space shuttles

DESIGNING A GOLDEN NANOPILL

UT Dallas researchers use supercomputers to explore optical properties of plasmonic nanovesicles for drug delivery and studying molecules in the brain

TOOLS OF THE 21ST CENTURY: HPC, ANALYTICAL ULTRACENTRIFUGATION AND A NEW DETECTOR

Researchers from The University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio made a discovery about how the West Nile virus uses cell proteins to facilitate its replication

LOOKING TO NATURE FOR THE FUTURE OF CLEAN ENERGY

University of Texas at El Paso researchers use supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to understand the basics of artificial photosynthesis

IMPROVING CANCER SURGERY WITH REAL-TIME IMAGE PROCESSING

MD Anderson researcher uses TACC supercomputers to simulate bioheat transfer and guide precision surgery

THE MYSTERY OF THE YELLOWING SUGARCANE

Researchers from UT Tyler and Sugar Research Australia use supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to uncover the genetic roots of Yellow Canopy Syndrome

KINKY BIOLOGY

Researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch explore DNA folding, cellular packing with supercomputer simulations

HOW PYTHONS REGENERATE THEIR ORGANS AND OTHER SECRETS OF THE SNAKE GENOME

University of Texas at Arlington researchers use supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to study snake evolution, unique traits

ADVANCING CANCER IMMUNOTHERAPY WITH COMPUTER SIMULATIONS AND DATA ANALYSIS

Researchers use supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to classify patients' immune response, design clinical trials and support community-wide efforts

TARGETED, HIGH-ENERGY CANCER TREATMENTS GET A SUPERCOMPUTING BOOST

Researchers use supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to improve, plan, and understand the basic science of radiation therapy

REAL-TIME MRI ANALYSIS POWERED BY SUPERCOMPUTERS

Researchers from TACC, UT Health Science Center and Philips Healthcare develop a pipeline to power fast, accurate image processing for precision medicine