First Users Score Early Successes on PSC's Game-Changing Supercomputer
Bridges, PSC’s new National Science Foundation-funded computing system, has seen its first month of use by the national scientific community. In that short time, users have reported progress in fields such as genomics, public health, chemistry, machine learning and more. As of April 22, 196 projects have been allocated time on Bridges, and we expect many more to come.
Massive Data Analysis Uncovering Black Women's Experiences
We say “History is written by the victors.” But it’s probably more true to say it’s written by the people who have the opportunity to write. One example of this is the study of Black women, their lives and their experiences. Many earlier documents don’t mention them directly, though these works may offer clues. Those that do mention Black women often are historically obscure, hidden away in vast library collections and unintentionally misleadingly titled or cataloged. Until recently researchers had no good way of recovering this “lost history.”