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OSC is set to host its Statewide Users Group meeting at 10:00 a.m. on October 6. The meeting highlights new scientific developments produced using OSC resources, fosters connections between OSC staff and the public and obtains feedback for the future of OSC and its role in supporting science across Ohio. Registration closes on September 28.

Prior to 2005, Bharat Bhushan, Ph.D., never dreamed he’d be studying lotus leafs or geckos or sharks or black skimmer birds, nor that supercomputers would help him do it all. Find out how nature has inspired his research and how that knowledge is being used to create more efficient commercial products.  

When the Dell/Intel-Xeon Owens Cluster is completely up and running later this year, the Ohio Supercomputer Center will have deployed the most powerful supercomputer system in the 29-year history of the OSC. What all does it take to set up the Owens Cluster? Get a great overview of this project in our newest blog. 

With a novel approach of fundamentally modeling the disease ecology, Miami University's Dhananjai Rao, Ph.D., is providing a better idea of what these new diseases are, where they are going and how to effectively contain them. Read more. 

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