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2016

January 1, 2016

December 2016

EE Times: Thinnest Nanowire Self-assembles (12.29.16)

AZO Materials: Scientists Use Diamondoids to Build Wires Three Atoms Wide (12.27.16)

Science Daily: World's smallest diamonds made into wires three atoms wide (12.26.16)

Go Parallel: Climate Change Worsened 2015 South Asian Killer Heat Wave: Supercomputers (12.22.16)

Nature World News: Man's Role in 2015 India, Pakistan Heat Wave Confirmed by Supercomputer Simulations (12.21.16)

Federal Computer Week: Next-Gen Flash Plays Major Role in Modernization (12.20.16)

The Indian Express: Human-induced climate change worsened 2015 heatwave in India, says IIT research (12.19.16)

News18 (India): Human-Induced Climate Change Worsened 2015 Heatwave in India (12.19.16)

TVN24 (Poland): Man intensified historical heat waves (12.19.16)

The Indian Express: Human-induced climate change worsened 2015 heatwave in India, says IIT research (12.19.16)

Europa Press: El impacto humano desató las olas de calor de India y Pakistán en 2015 (12.19.16)

United News of India: Human-induced climate change led to deadly India-Pak heat waves: Study (12.16.16)

Scinexx: Indien: Klimawandel schuld an Extrem-Hitzewellen (12.16.16)

Science Daily: Supercomputer simulations confirm observations of 2015 India/Pakistan heat waves (12.15.16)

UC Newsroom: What’s the best electric car for you? Take this app for a test drive (12.13.16)

Phys.Org: Researchers improve modeling of cloud vertical structure (12.13.16)

insideHPC: Precisely Tuned Data-Intensive Algorithms Ascend the Graph500 (12.11.16)

insideHPC: Supercomputing Drug Discovery to Combat Heart Disease (12.5.16)

Information Management: Plan Emerges to Deal With Deluge of Data From Brain Research (12.5.16)

November 2016

Health Data Management: Plan emerges to deal with deluge of data from brain research (11.30.16)

Computerworld UK: Home Galleries Infrastructure Galleries
The 11 fastest supercomputers on the planet (11.24.16)

Bioscience Technology: Global Brain Initiatives Generate Tsunami of Neuroscience Data (11.23.16)

ECN Mag: Global Brain Initiatives Generate Tsunami Of Neuroscience Data (11.22.16)

Laboratory Equipment Systems: Federal Researchers Propose Strategy to Handle Deluge of Neuroscience Data (11.22.16) 

Medical Xpress: Global brain initiatives generate tsunami of neuroscience data (11.22.16)

ACM Communications: Supercomputers' Pit Crews (11.18.16)

Electronic Products: In the battle for supercomputing supremacy, the US is slowing down—it’s now tied for the global lead (11.17.16)

Phys.Org: Supercomputers' pit crews (11.16.16)

insideHPC: Machine Learning and HPC Converge at NERSC (11.16.16)

Informatique News (France): Top500 supercomputers
US-China tie (11.16.16)

Symmetry Magazine: What to do with the data? (11.15.16)

La Republica (Italy): Increasingly powerful supercomputers, here are the best (11.15.16)

Computerworld (Malaysia): China still has the two most powerful supercomputers in the world (11.15.16)

New Atlas: Latest rankings show US and China tied on supercomputer count (11.15.16)

Primeur Weekly: Global supercomputing capacity creeps up as Petascale systems blanket Top 100 (11.14.16) 

The Next Platform: Inside Six of the Newest Top 20 Supercomputers (11.14.16)

CIO: The 10 fastest supercomputers in the world (11.14.16)

IEEE Spectrum: China and United States Tied for Number of Top Supercomputers (11.14.16)

ChipOnline (Vietnam): China dominates the world supercomputer (11.15.16)

Digital Trends: China Leads the Way as World's Supercomupters Get 60% Faster Than They Were in 2015 (11.14.16)

insideHPC: Radio Free HPC Reviews the New TOP500 (11.14.16)

Yibada (China): China and US Lead the World in Supercomputer Numbers and Capacity (11.14.16)

Transforming Network Infrastructure: NERSC Seeks Faster Data Transmission into Cray Supercomputer (11.11.16)

insideHPC: DOE to Showcase Leadership in HPC at SC16 (11.10.16)

insideHPC: SLAC & Berkeley Researchers Prepare for Exascale (11.6.16)

insideHPC: Software Defined Networking to Speed Data for Cori Supercomputer (11.5.16)

Fibre Systems: Ciena embeds network monitoring in next-generation coherent chipset (11.2.16)

O'Reilly: The big data ecosystem for science (11.2.16)

October 2016

insideHPC: NSF Sponsors Women Engineers for SCinet Buildout at SC16 (10.26.16)

HPCwire: OpenHPC Pushes to Prove its Openness and Value at SC16 (10.24.14)

HPCwire: CRD’s Julian Borrill Receives NASA’s Exceptional Public Achievement Medal (10.14.16)

HPCwire: Twitter Roundup (10.13.16)

Primeur Magazine: Funding agencies and academia need to rethink reward structure for computational tool developers to tackle big scientific challenges (10.13.16)

insideHPC: Allinea Tools Helping Science Move to Intel Xeon Phi (10.12.16)

BioScience Technology: Brain Modulyzer Provides Interactive Window into the Brain (10.12.16)

R&D Magazine: Brain Modulyzer Provides Interactive Window into the Brain (10.10.16)

Science Daily: Brain modulyzer provides interactive window into the brain (10.10.16)

Egghead (UC Davis): Brain Modulyzer Software Provides Interactive Window Into the Brain (10.10.16) 

I4U News: New Brain Modulyzer Reveals How Neurological Diseases Spread (10.10.16)

Educause Review: Mingling at the Dance: Cybersecurity and Science Cultures (10.10.16)

insideHPC: Brookhaven Lab to Develop ECP Exascale Software (10.8.16)

Phys.Org: The incredible shrinking particle accelerator (10.6.16)

Indiana University Newsroom: IU, partners lead $3.25M grant to improve data-sharing in Africa, North America and Europe (10.6.16) 

Daily Press: Jefferson Lab computer network once 'ground zero' for what became the internet (10.1.16)

September 2016

AZOptics: Berkeley Lab Collaborates with Ciena to Improve Design Process for ASIC Chips (9.27.16)

Computer World: Intel unveils its new monster in India, Knights Landing Xeon Phi (9.26.16)

Phys.Org: Collaboration enhances optical chip design process (9.26.16)

Nanowerk: Nanoscale tetrapods could provide early warning of a material's failure  (9.20.16)

AZOptics: Scientists Propose Using Nanoscale Tetrapods to Provide Early Warning of Material’s Failure (9.20.16)

EE Times Europe: World's largest crystal database to help battery designers (9.14.16)

AZnano: Nanoengineers Create New Open-Source Database of Elemental Crystal Surfaces and Shapes (9.14.16)

Lab Manager: Scientists Gather to Study Secrets of Plants' Plumbing (9.14.16)

Nanowerk: Nanoengineers build world's largest database of crystal surfaces and shapes (9.13.16)

ZME Science: Largest database of crystal surfaces and shapes can help researchers design better materials (9.13.16)

Primeur Magazine: Researchers use Edison supercomputer to improve performance and energy efficiency of bioinformatics application (9.13.16)

IEEE Cybersecurity: Sean Peisert on the Value of Failed Experiments in Cybersecurity (9.08.16)

HPCwire: New Approach to Computationally Designing Drugs for GPCRs (9.08.16)

The Register: US Dept of Energy flings cash at exascale simulators (9.08.16)

ING.dk (Denmark): Google's plan for the quantum computer (9.08.16)

HPCwire: Berkeley Lab to Lead Two DOE Exascale Computing Proposals, Support Four Others (9.07.16)

InsideHPC: Berkeley Lab to Develop Key Applications for ECP Exascale Computing Project  (9.07.16)

Phys.Org: New math captures fluids in unprecedented detail (9.05.16)

UCSD News Center: Promising Drug Leads Identified to Combat Heart Disease (9.05.16)

August 2016

InsideHPC: WINS Program Selects Seven Women to Help Build SCinet at SC16 (8.30.16)

DOE Office of Science: New Math Captures Fluids in Unprecedented Detail (8.26.16)

insideHPC: Spack Tool Eases Transition to Next-Gen Scientific Simulations (8.24.16)

Primeur Magazine: Latest NERSC/Intel/Cray dungeon session yields impressive code speed-ups (8.19.16)

Enterprise Tech: Intel Launches Silicon Photonics Chip, Previews Next-Gen Phi for AI (8.19.16)

CNET (Japan): Next model of the Intel "Xeon Phi" is optimized for machine learning (8.18.16)

KO (Ukraine): Intel introduced the next processor that focuses on machine learning (8.18.16)

Exame Informatica (Portugal): Intel will launch the fastest processors ever in autumn (8.18.16)

OakRidger: DOE aims to accelerate new materials design through use of supercomputers (8.17.16)

ZDnet: Intel previews its next processor geared for machine learning (8.17.16)

Venture Beat: Intel unveils next-generation Xeon Phi chips for A.I. (8.17.16)

HPCwire: DOE Invests $16M in Supercomputer-based Materials Design (8.16.16)

insideHPC: DOE to Invest $16 Million in Supercomputing Materials (8.16.16)

HPCwire: Intel Launches Silicon Photonics Chip, Previews Next-Gen Phi for AI (8.16.16)

Albany Star: Sophisticated Instrument in South Dakota trying to detecting dark matter (8.12.16)

Daily Mail: Scientists are one step closer to uncovering the ‘true nature’ of dark energy as project to create 3D map of the universe enters construction phase (8.10.16)

AZO Optics: 3-D Sky-Mapping Project Receives Approval from DOE to Move Forward with Construction (8.19.16)

Nanowerk: 3-D galaxy-mapping project enters construction phase (8.9.16)

Phys.Org: 3-D Galaxy-mapping project enters construction phase (8.9.16)

Primeur Magazine: Toward cost-effective polymer electrolyte fuel cells (8.8.16)

Science Daily: Self-healing diamond-like carbon (8.5.16)

insideHPC: Argonne Discovers Self-healing Diamond-like Carbon (8.5.16)

Blastr: Six Women Who Helped Shape the Modern World (8.4.16)

Science Daily: Computation propels particle physicists in quest for discovery (8.2.16)

July 2016

Astronomy Magazine: Another dark matter search comes up empty (7.22.16)

insideHPC: DOE Awards 1.7 Billion Core-hours on Argonne Supercomputers (7.15.16)

SPIE: Robotic fiber positioners for dark energy instrument (7.13.16)

The Next Platform: Optimization Tests Confirm Knights Landing Performance Projections (7.12.16)

The Next Platform: Knights Landing Will Waterfall Down From On High (7.12.16)

InsideHPC: ESnet Timeline Celebrates 30 Years of Servicing Science (7.8.16)

HPCwire: Weekly Twitter Roundup (7.7.16)

Phys.org: Cryo-EM's renaissance: NERSC resources help illuminate human molecular machinery  (7.1.16)

Phys.Org: Berkeley Lab prepares for quantum-classical computing future (7.1.16)

July 2016

Astronomy Magazine: Another dark matter search comes up empty (7.22.16)

insideHPC: DOE Awards 1.7 Billion Core-hours on Argonne Supercomputers (7.15.16)

SPIE: Robotic fiber positioners for dark energy instrument (7.13.16)

The Next Platform: Optimization Tests Confirm Knights Landing Performance Projections (7.12.16)

The Next Platform: Knights Landing Will Waterfall Down From On High (7.12.16)

InsideHPC: ESnet Timeline Celebrates 30 Years of Servicing Science (7.8.16)

HPCwire: Weekly Twitter Roundup (7.7.16)

Phys.org: Cryo-EM's renaissance: NERSC resources help illuminate human molecular machinery  (7.1.16)

Phys.Org: Berkeley Lab prepares for quantum-classical computing future (7.1.16)

June 2016

The Register: Points tables unveiled: Who needs sport? Follow HPC kids' summer cluster cup final (6.30.16)

Primeur Magazine: OpenSoC Fabric to create Open Source Network-on-Chip systems for demonstration purposes (6.23.16)

Executive.Gov: NSF, DOE Form Cyber Threat Profiling Working Group (6.24.16)

The Register: It's all fun and games until someone loses a rack (6.22.16)

Phys.org: Water gunks up biofuels production from bio-oils (6.22.16)

TMCnet: Deep Learning Framework Caffe-MPI for KNL Released (6.21.16)

Phys.org: Researchers tap the power of supercomputing to find rare-earth refining alternatives (6.21.16)

AZO Mining: Research Project Identifies Agents for Separation of Better-Performing Rare-Earth Metals (6.21.16)

insideHPC: Cray Adds Intel Xeon Phi Processor to Flagship Line of Supercomputers (6.21.16)

Primeur Weekly: Cray boosts performance of its flagship Cray XC supercomputers and high performance storage systems (6.20.16)

Science Node: The Science DMZ is secure (6.15.16)

Scientific American: Disasters Debated (6.14.16)

The Next Platform: NERSC Preps for Next Generation “Cori” Supercomputer (6.13.16)

insideHPC: Materials Lab at LBNL Releases Battery and Molecule Data to Public  (6.13.16)

Phys.Org: New mathematics accurately captures liquids and surfaces moving in synergy (6.10.16)

Biomass Magazine: Chemists settle debate on how methane is made biologically (6.10.16)

Red Orbit: New algorithm improves fluid interface dynamics calculations (6.11.16)

HPCwire: All-Girls NERSC Supercomputing Team Heads to ISC (6.08.16)

AZO Nano: New Design Rule Brings One Step Closer to Nature-Inspired Nanostructures (6.08.16)

Phys.Org: Massive trove of battery and molecule data released to public (6.08.16)

Green Tech Media: Back to the Future: What Role Will Electric Utilities Play in 2030? (6.07.16)

HPCwire: NERSC Fields its First Student Cluster Competition Team (6.07.16)

NanoWerk: Understanding and predicting self-assembly (6.07.16)

Radio EcoShcok: Record Heat India & Pakistan (6.02.16)

ASCR Discovery: High-performing hybrid (6.01.16)

May 2016

Phys.Org: New path forward for next-generation lithium-ion batteries (5.31.16)

Electronic Specifier: A path forward for next-gen lithium-ion batteries (5.31.16)

MSN News: The Hotter Future Africa Is Facing (5.28.16)

Scientific American: Africa Faces Hotter Future (5.26.16)

Climate Central: Africa’s Most Vulnerable Face an Even Hotter Future (5.26.16)

insideHPC: Exascale Architecture Trends and Implications for Programming Systems (5.22.16)

CERN Courier: CERN’s IT gears up to face the challenges of LHC Run 2 (5.20.16)

Phys.Org: Slimming down supercomputers (5.19.16)

insideHPC: Slimming Down Supercomputer Power Bills (5.19.16)

MyScience: Chemists settle longstanding debate on how methane is made biologically (5.19.16)

The Next Platform: Climate Research Pulls Deep Learning Onto Traditional Supercomputers (5.18.16)

TechTarget: U.S. lab considers SDN for growing ESnet research network (5.18.16)

The Next Platform: First Burst Buffer Use at Scale Bolsters Application Performance (5.16.16)

eWeek: Corsa Brings SDN to the WAN, Metro Networks (5.16.16)

PC World: Three advances, three steps closer to quantum's potential (A Diamond Alternative)  (5.12.16)

Yahoo! Finance: Corsa's New SDN Platform Delivers 10G and 100G Network Hardware Virtualization (5.12.16)

News Medical: Cryo-EM technique allows researchers to visualize large transcription PICs at near-atomic resolution (5.12.16)

insideHPC: NERSC Paper on Burst Buffers Recognized at Cray User Group (5.11.16)

NanoWerk: A different type of defect in 2D materials (5.11.16)

Science Node: Science DMZ: The fast path for science data (5.11.16)

Washington News Wire: Scientists set back mission for biggest particle collider at CERN’s LHC (5.10.16)

The Next Platform: Next Generation Supercomputing Strikes Data, Compute Balance (5.09.16)

Phys.Org: Berkeley Lab scientists part of new particle-hunting season at CERN's LHC (5.09.16)

MyScience: Aluminum nitride may be engineered to advance quantum computing (5.06.16)

insideHPC: Superfacility – How New Workflows in the DOE Office of Science are Changing Storage Requirements (5.05.16)

insideHPC: Edison Supercomputer Helps Find Roots of MJO Modeling Mismatches (5.03.16)

Science Daily: Could aluminum nitride be engineered to produce quantum bits? (5.02.16)

April 2016

Science Node: The virtue of defects (4.27.16)

HPCWire: Berkeley Lab Hosts Fourth X-Stack PI Meeting (4.26.16)

Wzaobao (China): Huge scientific challenges need big data solutions (04.26.16)

insideHPC: X-Stack PI Meeting Showcases Exascale Code (4.25.16)

Albany Daily Star: Sophisticated Instrument in South Dakota trying to detecting dark matter (4.22.16)

Nanotechnology Now: What screens are made of: New twists (and bends) in LCD research: X-ray research at Berkeley Lab details exotic structure formed by liquid crystals (4.19.16)

Science Newsline: What Screens Are Made Of: New Twists (and Bends) in LCD Research (4.19.16)

CIO (Korea): "Supercomputer on your desk" ... 72-core Knights Landing comes equipped with a work station (4.18.16)

Reseller News: New Ninja desktops roar with Intel's 72-core supercomputing chip (4.16.16)

Computerworld:  Colfax's pricey new desktops have Intel's new supercomputing chip, which is primarily designed for supercomputers (4.16.16)

PC World: Colfax Ninja desktops roar with Intel's 72-core Knights Landing supercomputing chip (4.15.16)

Science Daily: Janus-like nanoparticle membranes (4.14.16)

inside Big Data: Interview: Dr. Michael Ernst from Brookhaven National Laboratory (4.13.16)

Lab Manager: IceCube Neutrino Observatory Receives National Science Foundation Fund (4.04.16)

HPCWire: Indiana University, ESnet, Internet2 Share NSF Grant to Expand Networking Workshops (4.01.16)

March 2016

Scientific Computing: Modified NWChem Code Utilizes Supercomputer Parallelization (3.23.16)

Virtualization Review: Measuring Bandwidth With iPerf (3.24.16)

Forbes: With Super-Computing, The Process of Disruptive Innovation In Energy Is Likely To Accelerate (3.21.16)

Huffington Post: Pi Day 2016  (3.14.16)

Carbon Brief: In-depth: the scientific challenge of extreme weather attribution (3.11.16)

Scientific Computing World: DOE funds manufacturing projects driven by HPC (3.9.16)

ECN Mag: Multi-scale Simulations Solve A Plasma Turbulence Mystery (3.08.16)

I4U News: Mystery of Plasma Turbulence Solved by Multi-Scale Simulations (3.08.16)

Maine News Online:High-resolution multi-scale simulations can solve multiple turbulence instabilities: Study (3.08.14)

TopNews.in (India): Research yields exciting answers to long-standing questions about plasma heat loss (3.08.16)

HNGN: Plasma Turbulence Mystery Solved By Multi-Scale Simulations: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (3.08.16)

R&D Mag: Simulations Solve Plasma Turbulence Mystery (3.08.16)

Star Tribune: Skipping a Month This Spring - Maps Look Like April - Severe Storm Risk Southwestern Minnesota by Monday Night (3.05.16)

Computer World (Poland): HBM2 and GDDR5X: new memory boost graphics performance (3.05.16)

Star Tribune: Slow PM Clearing - Spring Fever Watch Sunday - Why is 2016 Smashing Heat Records? (3.04.16)

Climate Change News: Intense heatwaves could become ‘annual events’ by 2075 (3.03.16)

Berkeleyside: Oscar’s sign to OSCARS home at Berkeley Lab (3.02.16)

February 2016

Scientific Computing: New Software Helps Physicists Maximize Next-gen Supercomputing Architectures (2.29.16)

Today: Emissions cuts critical to avoid blistering heat waves (2.26.16)

R&D Mag: Scorching Heat Waves to Affect 60% of Earth by 2075? (2.25.16)

National Geographic: Frequency, Intensity of Heat Waves Will Increase Due to GHG Emissions (2nd Item) (2.25.16)

GDP (Switzerland): Climate, heat waves an annual event? (2.24.16)

Reuters: Every year could bring a heat wave if climate change continues (2.24.16)

EE News (ClimateWire): Rising number of heat waves is a 'deadly disease' (2.24.16)

EE News (Greenwire): Extreme heat waves could become annual events (2.23.16)

Climate Central: Searing Heat Waves Could Become Annual Threat (2.23.16)

Co.Exist: Which Horrible Natural Disasters And Extreme Weather Are Our Fault? (2.16.16)

QuDong (China): Laser plasma accelerator a record (2.14.16)

Laser of Week (China): Heavy: laser plasma accelerator a record (2.13.16)

insideHPC: Video: Optimizing Applications for the CORI Supercomputer at NERSC (2.12.16)

Scientific Computing: Ice Sheet Modeling of Greenland, Antarctica helps Predict Sea-level Rise (2.11.16)

Phys.Org: Ice sheet modeling of Greenland, Antarctica helps predict sea-level rise (2.11.16)

HPCwire: Getting ready for KNL? Take a Lesson from NERSC on Optimizing (2.10.16)

KO (Russia): The greater danger if your data today than ten years ago? (2.9.16)

HPCwire: April HPC User Forum to Tackle Deep Learning, HPC in the Cloud, and More (2.8.16)

Ottowa Journal: Defining moment for Ottawa's SDN sector: Local firms making waves in field poised for explosive growth (2.3.16)

Industry Sourcing (China): Laser plasma accelerator a record (2.4.16)

Information Week: Brookhaven Lab Finds AWS Spot Instances Hit Sweet Spot (2.2.16)

New Scientist: South England’s 2014 floods made more likely by climate change (2.1.16)

January 2016

insideHPC: Time-lapse Video: Edison Supercomputer Moves to Berkeley (1.25.16)

Science & Technology World: New Research May Solve Longstanding Fusion Reactor Mystery (1.22.16)

MIT News: New finding may explain heat loss in fusion reactors (1.21.16)

The Independent: Two-thirds of the problems caused by climate change are down to man-made emissions, study says (1.21.16)

Bioscience Technology: Scientists Assess Anthropogenic Effects on Climate Change (1.21.16)

Laboratory Equipment: Assessing the Impact of Human-induced Climate Change (1.21.16)

PD Net: Defects Could Improve Solar Cells, Researchers Theorize (1.201.6)

Phys.Org: Scientists apply new method to determine whether specific climate impacts can be traced to human-caused emissions (1.20.16)

R&D Magazine: Scientists Assess Anthropogenic Effects on Climate Change (1.20.16)

AZO Cleantech: Novel Methodology to Evaluate Impact of Human-Induced Climate Change (1.20.16)

ECN: Assessing The Impact Of Human-induced Climate Change (1.20.16)

Science News: Defects could improve solar cells, researchers theorize (1.19.16)

AZO Cleantech: Research Reveals Potential of Nickel to Reduce Cost of Fuel Cells (1.18.16)

Lab Manager: Fuel Cell Breakthrough (1.18.16)

insideHPC: Five Supercomputing Predictions from Cray’s Barry Bolding (1.07.16)

HPCWire: Edison Supercomputer Assists Members of SNfactory (1.15.16)

Symmetry Magazine: Exploring the dark universe with supercomputers (1.14.16)

Science Node: Research and education networks: The cornerstone of innovation (1.13.16)

New Scientist: Understanding climate change’s role in the UK’s recent floods (1.06.16)

Information Age: 5 predictions of where supercomputing is going in 2016 (1.06.16)

Micromatters: New results from world's most sensitive dark matter detector (1.02.16)