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2009

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New Modeling Approach Will Better Quantify Polar Ice Sheet Melts
Research to improve predictive ability of climate models(December 2009)

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Protein That Controls Cell Growth Gives Good Oscillations
Findings featured in Molecular Systems Biology(December 2009)

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Free Web Portal Makes Finding and Sharing Basis Sets Faster, Easier
Article showcasing tool designated a "hot paper"(September 2009)

Molecular Modeling

Advances in Computer Science Speed Solutions to Global Challenges
Researchers' work on molecular modeling and simulation on cover of SciDAC(September 2009)

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Global Arrays Toolkit Version 4.2 Released
New version provides new, additional support for scientific research(August 2009)

Earth

Increase in IO Bandwidth to Enhance Future Understanding of Climate Change
Milestone reached in development of climate model code(August 2009)

Portrait of Ian Gorton

Survey Reveals the State of Software Architecture Review Practice in Organizations
Results show considerable room for improvement to increase their impact(August 2009)

Combining MeDICi with the Kepler workflow enables researchers to focus on scientific discovery

New Workflow Approach Enables Development of Flexible Algorithms
Solution could greatly simplify the construction of workflow applications(July 2009)

Portrait of Terence Critchlow

Scientific Process Automation: Enhancing Scientific Analysis and Discovery
SPA develops automated workflows for a variety of computational science domains(July 2009)

Portrait of Richard Corley

PNNL Plays Key Role in Pollution Health Risk Studies Led by OSU
Lab will provide pharmacokinetic model development, bioinformatics support, advisory role(June 2009)

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New Algorithms Will Make Fast Work of Molecular Modeling
PNNL has opportunity to define new standards for molecular simulations(April 2009)

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Computational Science Leveraged for Infectious Disease Research
PNNL's powerful computational tools will enable better understanding of infectious diseases in humans(March 2009)

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Computers "Learn" to Find Mass Spec Peptides from Sequence Data
Machine-learning approach may prove to be more cost effective and accurate than current method(March 2009)

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Measurements at the Genome-Scale Made in Nanotoxicity Study
Macrophage cell model gives insight to toxic effects of nanomaterials(February 2009)

Unlike previous models (top), a new computational model (bottom) includes the full “cloud” of electrons in a water molecule.

Water, Water Everywhere
New model improves calculation of electric fields(February 2009)

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