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Do you need #math to blow up a star? A.Almgren ans @Berkeleylab Science @ Theater in Oakland: http://bit.ly/1IvYkFj
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+Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences's Ann Almgren will talk about simulating supernovae & combustion at +Berkeley Lab's Science at the Theater April 29 at Oakland's Kaiser Center Auditorium | RSVP for this FREE event: http://bit.ly/1QFxDl0 | #oakland  
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It's official! +Cray Inc. XC40 will be the first #supercomputer installed in +Berkeley Lab's new Computational Research & Theory facility. Details: http://1.usa.gov/1bjgNaZ

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+NERSC's  Katie Antypas on goals and challenges associated with getting science applications ready for the transition to Cori. http://bit.ly/1G4l5Ar

#HPC #HPCmatters #HPCtransforms #Science #Research #Exascale
In our second video feature from the HPC User Forum panel, "The Who-What-When of Getting Applications Ready to Run On, And Across, Office of Science Next-G
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A new "Electrolyte Genome" served up via +NERSC Science Gateway takes the guesswork out of materials discovery for batteries. http://1.usa.gov/1COVa8p

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A new breakthrough battery—one that lasts longer, is cheaper and safer—will likely be impossible w/o a new material discovery. +Berkeley Lab's K. Persson is significantly speeding up that discovery process w/an "Electrolyte Genome" served up via +NERSC  Science Gateway. Details: http://1.usa.gov/1COVa8p

#Battery #Energy #Research #Science #Materials
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Congrats James Demmel! The +Berkeley Lab Scientist & +UC Berkeley Prof. was honored w/ the +Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)'s  Paris Kanellakis Theory & Practice Award: http://1.usa.gov/1b0hZ3x

#awards   #innovators #Math #ComputerScience #Tech #STEM
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A collaboration between mechanical engineers and mathematicians has revealed universal rules for how wrinkles form. http://bit.ly/1arXmMq via  +Quanta Magazine

#Math #STEM #Wrinkles #SimonsFoundation
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Do you need #math   to blow up a star? #ICYMI Ann Almgren answered this question at +Berkeley Lab's Science at the Theater in Oakland on April 29. See her answer [video]: http://bit.ly/1IvYkFj

#STEM #WomenInScience #HPC #Supercomputers  
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“Enlighten Your Research Global” now accepting proposals! http://bit.ly/1GEIicU 
 
Would your research benefit from international collaboration & the sharing of large amounts of data? Then we have good news! “Enlighten Your Research” is accepting proposals: http://bit.ly/1GEIicU

#Networks #bigdata #Science #Research  
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Squee! A special +NERSC edition of "Computing in Science & Engineering: http://bit.ly/1DyClHj
 
Look out for a special +NERSC edition of "Computing In Science And Engineering" May-June 2015! Can't wait? Here's a sneak peak of the issue: http://bit.ly/1DyClHj
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"With a rise of 2°C in the average global surface temperature ... there will be large changes to the number of Category 4 & Category 5 storms, and the very strongest storms will be stronger.” - +Berkeley Lab's 's M. Wehner in +LiveScience| Details: http://bit.ly/1D2ls7G

#climatechange #hurricanes #weather #science #research
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From computational science to engineering, students get close-up look at +Berkeley Lab  careers: http://1.usa.gov/1zaXNBh

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Berkeley Lab's Computing Sciences organization researches, develops, and deploys new tools and technologies to advance research in such areas as global climate change, combustion, fusion energy, nanotechnology, biology, and astrophysics.
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Berkeley Lab's Computing Sciences organization researches, develops, and deploys new tools and technologies to advance research in such areas as global climate change, combustion, fusion energy, nanotechnology, biology, and astrophysics.

The Computing Sciences organization was created to advance computational science throughout the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science research programs. The organization includes:

The Computational Research Division (CRD)

CRD creates computational tools and techniques that enable scientific breakthroughs by conducting applied research and development in computer science, computational science, and applied mathematics. http://crd.lbl.gov/


The National Energy Research Scientific Research Computing (NERSC) Center

NERSC is home to some of the world’s most efficient supercomputers. This center is a leader in providing systems, services and expertise to advance computational science throughout the Department of Energy research community. http://www.nersc.gov/


The Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

ESnet provides high-bandwidth, reliable connections to researchers at national laboratories, universities and other institutions, across the United States. These world-class connections provide the collaborative capabilities needed to address some of the world’s most important scientific challenges. http://www.es.net/