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2012

January 1, 2012

December

Brocade Blog: Research & Education Network (REN) Architecture: Science-DMZ (12.13.12)

Nature: Words are not enough (12.12.12)

The Dominion Post: Study shows climate predictions accurate (12.12.12)

IEEE Spectrum: Exabyte Problem: Climate Scientists Grapple With a Deluge of Data (12.10.12)

Business Insider: 20-Year-Old Report Successfully Predicted Global Warming (12.10.12)

Voxy.co.nz: Victoria climate change expert: predictions on track (12.10.12)

China Daily: Global climate change predictions on target (12.10.12)

Huffington Post: 1990 IPCC Report Successfully Predicted Warming, New Study Shows (12.10.12)

Yahoo! News: 20-Year-Old Report Successfully Predicted Warming: Scientists (12.09.12)

LiveScience: 20-Year-Old Report Successfully Predicted Warming: Scientists (12.09.12)

HPCWire: John Shalf Named NERSC CTO (12.05.12)

insideHPC: John Shalf Moves to CTO Role at NERSC for Exascale Research (12.05.12)

Semiconductor Today: Infinera and ESnet claim first successful demonstration of SDN OTS (12.03.12)

CS Compound Semiconductor: Infinera and ESnet demonstrate first SDN open transport switch (12.03.12)

November

Lightwave: Infinera, ESnet demo Transport SDN via Open Transport Switch (11.30.12)

Bezinga: Infinera and ESnet Announce First Successful Demonstration of SDN OTS (11.29.12)

Bloomberg: Infinera and ESnet Announce First Successful Demonstration of SDN OTS (11.29.12)

Yahoo! Finance: Infinera and ESnet Announce First Successful Demonstration of SDN OTS (11.29.12)

Converge Network Digest: ESnet and Infinera Test SDN Open Transport (11.29.12)

Light Reading: Optical SDN Gets a Test Run (11.29.12)

TechZone360: Peering Facility Pacific Wave Uses SDN to Support Dynamic Big Data Connectivity (11.29.12)

Phys.org: Math methods help explain why liquid metals have wildly different breaking points (11.26.12)

NanoWerk: Modeling the breaking points of metallic glasses (11.26.12)

Red Orbit: Liquid metals have different breaking points (11.26.12)

OakRidge Today: ORNL electron microscopy unlocks graphene potential (11.24.12)

Lab Manager Magazine: ORNL Pushes the Boundaries of Electron Microscopy to Unlock the Potential of Graphene (11.21.12)

Laboratory Equipment: Electron Microscopy Helps Unlock Graphene Potential (11.16.12)

Newswise: Pushing the Boundaries of Electron Microscopy to Unlock the Potential of Graphene (11.15.12)

Datacenter Dynamics: Titan: getting a 10X capacity jump with 20% more power (11.14.12)

Virtual Strategy Magazine: New Dynamic Circuit Provisioning Available on Pacific Wave Advanced Network Peering Facility (11.14.12)

Newswise: Globus Online and ESnet Partner for Scientific Data Management (11.14.12)

Primeur Magazine: Department of Energy's ESnet rolls out world's fastest science network (11.13.12)

PhysOrg: Department of Energy's ESnet rolls out world's fastest science network (11.13.12)

HPCWire: Cray Expands Sonexion Storage Line (11.13.12)

DOE Office of Science: Carrying 'Elephants' and 'Mice' at the Speed of Light: (11.13.12)

Science News: Extremely Bad Weather (11.17.12)

UCTV: Conversation with Kathy Yelick (11.12.12)

ComputerWorld: Cray's next supercomputer has speedy interconnect (11.08.12)

PCMag: What to Expect at SC12? (11.08.12)

KFPA- Terra Verde: Science of Climate Change and Extreme Weather Events (11.02.12)

October

Wired: Is Supercomputing the New Space Race? (10.31.12)

ASCR Discovery: To rid water of salt, MIT group taps thin carbon and computing (10.30.12)

Biomedical Computation Review: The Microbiome: Dealing with the Data Deluge (10.22.12)

HPCwire: Cray Expands Storage and Data Management Team (10.18.12)

Symmetry Magazine: Bringing the universe into full focus (10.16.12)

Signal Online: Making Sense of Big Data from Supercomputers (10.11.12)

HPCwire: Princeton Lab Awarded Grant to Simulate Plasma Components (10.11.12)

ISGTW: Historic observation of rare type 1a supernova (10.3.12)

September

The Green Frog: From Big Science plumbing to serving mankind: do you know Bill Johnston? (9.28.12)

IEEE Spectrum: Could Supercomputing Turn to Signal Processors (Again)? (9.28.12)

HPCWire: Another Look at DSPs for High Performance Computing (9.27.12)

IEEE Spectrum: Energy Research Network Reaches 100 Gbps (9.27.12)

TechNews Daily: 100 Gbps Speed Coming to U.S. Research Network (9.27.12)

ISGTW: Climate change: Global challenge, global grid (9.26.12)

Scientific Computing Magazine: Insights from the Top500 (9.26.12)

Slate Magazine: Big Data's Dark Side: A Massive, Polluting Drain on the Nation's Power Supply (9.24.12)

Forbes: Data Centers As Power Hogs— Will Green Issues Impact High Frequency Trading? (9.24.12)

NYTimes: Power, Pollution and the Internet (9.24.12)

ACM Tech News: At 100 Gbps, ESnet Puts Network Research on Fast Track (9.17.12)

HPCWire: At 100 Gbps, ESnet Puts Network Research on Fast Track (9.12.12)

Live Science: First-Ever Direct Observations of a Supernova (9.12.12)

The Energy Collective: Can a New Computer Model Revolutionise Carbon Capture? (9.11.12)

CIO: Intel and HP to Build World's Most Efficient Supercomputer (9.11.12)

WIRED: Intel and AMD Follow in Footsteps of Mysterious Google Switch (9.10.12)

Scientific American: You Are Here: How Astronomical Surveys Are Pinpointing Our Place in the Cosmos (9.6.12)

The Conversation: Smart meters are about as dangerous as... (9.5.12)

IGN: Champagne Supernovas Are Real, Says Science (9.5.12

August

ComputerWorld: NZ's slow networks deter scientists: REANNZ (8.28.12)

Phys.Org: The path a proton takes: Scenic route preferred to more direct path in alternative fuel cell membrane (8.28.12)

Science Blog: Supernovae of the Same Brightness, Cut From Vastly Different Cosmic Cloth (8.27.12)

Universe Today: A New Species of Type Ia Supernova? (8.27.12)

Wall Street & Technology: Financial Firms Fund Lab to Promote Supercomputing for Market Regulation (8.27.12)

Los Angeles Times: Astronomers find a rare, second kind of supernova (8.24.12)

Time Magazine: The Great, Exploding Monty Python Star (8.24.12)

Australian Broadcasting Company: Scientists spy stars that created supernova(8.24.12)

RedOrbit: Astronomers Observe Type 1a Supernova Progenitor System(8.24.12)

PhysOrg: Supernovae of the same brightness, cut from vastly different cosmic cloth (8.23.12)

Science Daily: Supernovae of the same brightness, cut from vastly different cosmic cloth (8.23.12)

Science Codex: Supernovae of the same brightness, cut from vastly different cosmic cloth (8.23.12)

HPCwire: Sudip Dosanjh Tapped as New NERSC Director (8.22.12)

E! Science News: Speeding the search for better carbon capture (8.21.12)

PhysOrg: IEEE forms group to confront network traffic swells (8.21.12)

The Register: Networking industry to collaborate on TERABIT Ethernet (8.20.12)

BusinessWire: Group Formed to Build Consensus around Ethernet's Next Speed (8.20.12)

Science Daily: Speeding the Search for Better Carbon Capture (8.20.12)

HPC Wire: Cray Will Support NVIDIA GPUs in Cascade Supercomputer (8.15.12)

NPR: Mega-Droughts In Our Future (8.14.12)

Innovation News Daily: What Country Faces the Worst Climate Change (8.13.12)

Christian Science Monitor: Astronomers release the biggest ever 3-D map of the universe (8.9.12)

Phys.Org: Astronomers release the largest ever 3-D map of the sky (8.8.12)

R&D Magazine: First public data release from BOSS (8.8.12)

ASCR Discovery: Big data means big issues for scientific discovery (8.8.12)

Datanami: A Big Data Revolution in Astrophysics (8.06.12)

PhysOrg: Researchers create carbon dioxide-separating polymer (8.01.12)

Scientific American: Berkeley Laser Fires Pulses Hundreds of Times More Powerful Than All the World�s Electric Plants Combined (8.01.12)

Huffington Post: Algebra Is Essential in a 21 Century Economy (8.01.12)

July

Dexis: Twice-stuffed permafrost (7.31.12)

DOE Pulse: A three-lab "virtual laboratory" to study heavy-ion fusion (7.30.12)

insideHPC: ESGF Grid a 'Silk Road' for Climate Data (7.30.12)

Robotics Business Review: Floating Robots Deliver Critical Water Flow Data (7.26.12)

KTVU: Scientists Say to expect more heatwaves the the one that melted Greenland ice sheets. (7.25.12)

GCN News: DOE wish list: exascale computing at a price it can afford (7.19.12)

L'Usine Nouvelle: Les matériaux au crible de l'ordinateur (7.12.12)

HPCwire: DOE Primes Pump for Exascale Supercomputers (7.12.12)

ISGTW: Getting value from a trillion electron haystack (7.11.12)

The Guardian: Is it now possible to blame extreme weather on global warming? (7.03.12)

HPCWire: NERSC Signs Up for Multi-Petaflop "Cascade" Supercomputer (7.03.12)

MIT News: A new approach to water desalination (7.02.12)

June

The Register: Berkeley Lab to Air-cool Cray Cascade Super (6.28.12)

Stock Market Watch: Cray Signs $40 Million Supercomputer Agreement With NERSC (6.28.12)

HPC Projects: NERSC and Cray Signs $40 Million Supercomputer Agreement (6.27.12)

FreshNews.com: Cray Signs $40 Million Supercomputer Agreement with NERSC (6.27.12)

Space Daily: Sifting Through a Trillion Electrons (6.28.12)

Nanotechnology News: Signs $40 Million Supercomputer Agreement With NERSC (6.28.12)

R&D Magazine: Researchers image individual airborne particulates at the nanoscale (6.28.12)

MSNBC: Cray Signs $40 Million Supercomputer Agreement with NERSC (6.28.12)

insideHPC: Sifting Through a Trillion Electrons (6.27.12)

GeekWire: Cray to deliver 'Cascade' supercomputer to DOE researchers in $40M deal (6.27.12)

insideHPC: NERSC Signs $40 Million Supercomputer Agreement With Cray (6.27.12)

HostingtheNews: NERSC Signs $40 Million Supercomputer Agreement With Cray (6.27.12)

RedOrbit: Airborne Particulates Investigated (6.27.12)

RedOrbit: Soot Particles Measured in Flight (6.27.12)

SciTechDaily: LCLS Probes Microscopic Components of Air Pollution (6.27.12)

ACM Technews: Sifting Trhough a Trillion Electrons (6.27.12)

Virtual Strategy Magazine: Cray Signs $40 Million Supercomputer Agreement With NERSC (6.27.12)

Yahoo Finance: Cray Signs $40 Million Supercomputer Agreement With NERSC (6.27.12)

MarketWatch: Cray Signs $40 Million Supercomputer Agreement With NERSC (6.27.12)

News Blaze: Cray Signs $40 Million Supercomputer Agreement With NERSC (6.27.12)

PhysOrg: Sandia Red Storm supercomputer exits world stage (6.27.12)

Ars Technica: Securing supercomputer networks (without disrupting 60Gbps data flows) (6.26.12)

Nanowerk: Sifting through a trillion electrons (6.26.12)

e! Science News: Sifting through a trillion electrons (6.26.12)

R&D Magazine: Sifting through a trillion electrons (6.26.12)

PhysOrg: Sifting through a trillion electrons (6.26.12)

Science Daily: Sifting through a trillion electrons (6.26.12)

R&D Magazine: New accelerator to examine heavy-ion beam approach to inertial fusion power (6.25.12)

Electronics Weekly: Top supercomputers revealed (6.25.12)

Newswise: Globus Online Wins R&D 100 Award (6.20.12)

The Australian: US supercomputer 'Sequoia' is now the world's fastest in Top500 list (6.20.12)

KTVZ: US Reclaims Top Spot In Supercomputer Race (6.20.12)

The Economic Times: US Regains Top Spot for Fastest Supercomputer (6.18.12)

Network Tap: Groundbreaking Video Demo Goes the Distance at ISC'12 (6.18.12)

Washington Post: IBM's 'Sequoia' unseats Fujitsu; tops the list as fastest supercomputer (6.18.12)

CNN Money: U.S. reclaims top spot in supercomputer race (6.18.12)

SF Business Times: Sequoia Supercomputer Tops Latest TOP500 List (6.18.12)

IT News Online: Sequoia Supercomputer Tops Latest TOP500 List (6.18.12)

TechWorld: World's Top Supercomputers Keep Energy Consumption Low (6.18.12)

TG Sequoia: IBM wins top spot on supercomputer list (6.18.12)

Softpedia: IBM Powers Fastest Supercomputer Ever, Sequoia (6.18.12)

The Conversation: How to sell green energy in an era of abundant gas and oil (6.13.12)

HPC in the Cloud: LBNL Director of Scientific Networking to Lead ESnet (6.13.12)

HPCWire: LBNL Director of Scientific Networking to Lead ESnet (6.13.12)

SF Business Times: Berkeley Lab maps your trillions of 'normal' germs (6.13.12)

Eureka Alert: Berkeley Lab scientists help define the healthy human microbiome (6.13.12)

Wired-Japan: A Random Walk with Pi (6.12.12)

Wired: A Random Walk with Pi (6.12.12)

Huffington Post: Is Science 'Forever Tentative' and 'Socially Constructed'? No Way! (6.7.12)

KGO-TV: More IP addresses added in Internet upgrade (6.6.12)

Red Orbit: Physicists Make Closest Measurement Of Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decay Yet (6.5.12)

University of Alabama: Underground Search for Neutrino Properties Unveils First Results, UA Physicists Play Key Role (6.4.12)

University of Illinois: First Results in EXO Search for Neutrino Properties (6.4.12)

Eureka Alert: Underground search for neutrino properties unveils first results (6.4.12)

Science Daily: Physicists Close in On a Rare Particle-Decay Process (6.4.12)

Caltech: Physicists Close in On a Rare Particle-Decay Process (6.4.12)

May

Science Codex: New materials could slash energy costs for CO 2 capture (5.30.12)

The Daily Galaxy: The "Dark Satellites" Orbiting the Milky Way� (5.29.12)

Red Clara: Gregory Bell, ESnet: "In the future, we�ll think of R&E networks as instruments for discovery, not just infrastructures" (5.28.12)

Eureka Alert: Computer model pinpoints prime materials for efficient carbon capture (5.27.12)

ISGTW: Turning water into hydrogen fuel (5.23.12)

Wall St. Journal: Could Computers Make the Market Safe From Computers? (5.25.12)

Hispanically Speaking News: Severe and Permanent Drought Predicted for Mexico and Parts of Central America (5.25.12)

Current TV: Mexico and Central America face catastrophic drought (5.23.12)

IPS: Action Needed Now to Prepare for Severe Drought (5.14.12)

SciTechDaily: NDCX-II, A Special-Purpose Particle Accelerator (5.14.12)

TACC: Biologically Inspired Chemistry (5.14.12)

MyNews4: Fleet of foot-long robots analyze Sacramento River (5.10.12)

UC Berkeley: Floating robots use GPS-enabled smartphones to track water flow (5.10.12)

SmartPlanet: Floating, smartphone-equipped robots track water flow (5.10.12)

R&D Mag: Floating robots use GPS-enabled smartphones to track water flow (5.10.12)

SFGate: Robots measure flow of Sacramento River (5.10.12)

PhysOrg: Floating robots use GPS-enabled smartphones to track water flow (5.10.12)

PCWorld: UC Berkeley Tests Floating Robot Sensors to Track Water Flow, Environmental Concerns (5.09.12)

HPC Wire: 100G Network to Support Big Science (5.02.12)

Scientific Computing: $60M Grant to Launch Theory of Computing Institute (5.02.12)

April

Science Daily: A 100-gigbit highway for science (4.30.12)

Eureka Alert: A 100-gigbit highway for science (4.30.12)

GCN: Energy project looks to tame supercomputing's tsunami of data (4.30.12)

WIRED: Vint Cerf: We knew What We Were Unleashing on the World (4.24.12)

R&D: New Institute to tackle 'data tsunami' challenge (4.18.12)

Eureka Alert: Where do the highest-energy cosmic rays come from? Probably not from GRBs (4.18.12)

HPC Wire: ISC12 Sessions to Focus on Exascale (4.17.12)

The Conversation: Yes, there's a numeracy crisis—so what's the solution? (4.13.12)

FedTech: Network Upgrades Meet the Need for Speed (4.6.12)

Scientific Computing: New Kind of Neutrino Transformation Discovered (4.5.12)

Frontier Scientists: Two new videos about computational science: Modeling Climate and Designing Supercomputers. (4.3.12)

Stanford News: Straintronics: Stanford engineers create piezoelectric graphene (4.3.12)

ISGTW: Computer code for cleaner coal (4.3.12)

Huffington Post: Are Computers Playing Games With Us? (4.2.12)

March

Lab Manager Magazine: Secretary Chu Announces New Institute to Help Scientists Improve Massive Data Set Research on DOE Supercomputers (3.30.12)

HPC Wire: Chu Announces the Scalable Data Management, Analysis, and Visualization Institute (3.30.12)

SF Business Times: UC Berkeley, lab get $35M to study Big Data (3.29.12)

Information Week: White House Shares $200 Million Big Data Plan (3.29.12)

ASCR Discovery: HPC must ramp up efficiency to deal with extreme-data flood (3.27.12)

ALS News: A Better Anode Design to Improve Lithium-Ion Batteries (3.23.12)

ISGTW: A New Kind of Neutrino Transformation (3.21.12)

EMSL: Water, Sun, Energy (3.21.12)

Environmental Research Web: Insight: shrub height affects future Arctic climate and permafrost (3.20.12)

Storage Newsletter: NERSC Center Implements Active Archive Alliance (3.19.12)

Nanowerk: Engineered piezoelectric graphene could yield dramatic degree of control in nanotechnology (3.16.12)

Stanford University: Straintronics: Engineers create piezoelectric graphene (3.16.12)

ISGTW: Scientists and high school girls collaborate (3.07.12)

insideHPC: NERSC Goes with Tape for Active Archive (3.07.12)

Yahoo! Finance: NERSC Accelerates Data Access and Exceeds Reliability Standards with Tape-Based Active Archive (3.06.12)

Virtual Strategy Magazine: NERSC Accelerates Data Access and Exceeds Reliability Standards with Tape-Based Active Archive (3.06.12)

HPC Wire: NERSC Implements Tape-Based Active Archive (3.06.12)

February

The Tartan: Massive 3-D universal map explores mysteries of space (2.27.12)

CCST Spotlight: CCST Adds New Council Member, Senior Fellows (2.23.12)

GCN: Two states climb aboard new, 100-gigabit fast train (2.21.12)

HPC Wire: Workshop on Manycore, Accelerator-Based HPC Soliciting Posters and Speakers (2.21.12)

Data Knowledge Center: LBNL Plans For the Exascale Data Center (2.16.12)

AAAS Science: Exascale Computing Off to Slow Start in DOE Budget (2.13.12)

itbusiness.ca: U.S. to use climate to help cool exascale systems (2.10.12)

GenomeWeb: DOE Study Says Clouds Can't Replace Supercomputers (2.09.12)

Computerworld: U.S. to use climate to help cool exascale systems (2.09.12)

ISGTW: Assessing science in the cloud (2.08.12)

Cal Alumni Association: A Stellar Discovery (2.07.12)

InsideHPC: Energy Secretary Steven Chu Speaks at Ground Breaking for New LBNL Facility (2.03.12)

HPC Wire: Energy Secretary joins groundbreaking for new LBNL research facility (2.03.12)

SF World Journal: Energy Secretary Steven Chu Speaks at Ground Breaking for New LBNL Facility (2.02.12)

UC Berkeley: Energy Secretary joins groundbreaking for new LBNL research facility (2.02.12)

Scientific Computing: Can Cloud Address Scientific Computing Requirements for Research? (2.02.12)

Scientific Computing: Surpassing More than Three Billion Microbial Genes, Database Breaks Record (2.02.12)

ISGTW: Calculating the Universe (2.01.12)

January

HPC Wire: Learning from Clouds Past: A Look Back at Magellan (1.31.12)

The Conversation: Make mine a double: Moore's Law and the future of mathematics (1.31.12)

Newswise: Microscopy Reveals 'Atomic Antenna' Behavior in Graphene (1.31.12)

AAAS Science: What It'll Take to Go Exascale (1.27.12)

HPC Wire: Blue Waters Supercomputer to Use Grid-Based File Service (1.25.12)

DOE Office of Science: New Mariners and a Massy Map (1.26.12)

Forbes: Cloud Computing Not Qute Ready for the Lab: US Government Report (1.19.12)

Information Week: Federal Researchers Push Limits Of Cloud Computing (1.18.12)

Eureka Alert: The great gas hydrate escape (1.18.12)

Federal Computer Week: A fast lane to the cloud (1.17.12)

Science News: Diet of a dying star (1.13.12)

Admin HPC: Co-Design Approach to Supercomputing (1.12.12)

Eureka Alert: Earliest-yet observation of August supernova nails it: Destroyed star was white dwarf (1.11.12)