Choice Works: PSC Models Show Value of Vaccine Choice in Fighting Flu

Why It’s Important

Each year, influenza hospitalizes about 226,000 Americans and kills an average of 24,000. One study estimated an economic annual cost of flu sickness to be over $85 billion. But less than half of children and adults under age 65 actually get vaccinated.

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Zebrafish Study Reveals First Fine Structure of a Complete Vertabrate Brain

Why It's Important

Every thought, every feeling, every sensation—and every behavioral illness—ultimately depends on how our brains work. Despite decades of stunning advances in imaging the brain and measuring its activity, though, we still don’t understand how even a simple vertebrate brain works.

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Identifying Cancer DNA Changes with XSEDE/PSC Resources

The scientific field of bioinformatics has for the past five years relied on increasingly larger data sets for new and innovative research. With few in the field trained in computer science, many groups, like the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, have turned to XSEDE for help. Read More

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Bridges has returned from maintenance with the exception of the 12TB (ESM) nodes. These nodes may be unavailable through Wednesday August 23. Thank you for your patience as we work to bring the system back to being fully operational.

 

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The Data Exacell (DXC) is a research pilot project to create, deploy, and test software and hardware building blocks to enable data analytics in scientific research.

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PSC is a service provider of the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE).