10 ways advanced computing catalyzes science in the USA
19 Nov 2015 Austin -
Aaron Dubrow from the NSF describes in the Huffington Post 10 ways advanced computing catalyzes science. US examples only. The 10 ways are: Advancing the state of modern biology; Designing new nanodevices; Predicting earthquake impacts in the Los Angeles basin; Simulating the impact of car crashes; Transmitting astronomical data; Enabling international collaborations; Mapping the Arctic; Using HPC to educate; Experimenting with cloud computing on new platforms; Making HPC more accessible to brain researchers. Dubrow's article has a lot of nice images too.