Jesse Owens: a renowned Olympic champion, a beacon for racial equality and a constant youth advocate, officials at the Ohio Supercomputer Center and the Ohio Department of Higher Education decided to name the next supercomputer after the long-time Ohio resident.
The Glenn Cluster has been retired from service to make way for a new, more powerful supercomputer system. However, this new system will not be running, even partially, until late summer. So what does Glenn’s retirement mean and how will our clients be impacted? Read our Q&A on the Glenn Cluster retirement to find out.
Researchers at Bowling Green State University are explaining the molecular machinery of sight by leveraging the high performance computing resources at OSC for computer modeling. Read the full story here
Researchers within The Ohio State University's Department of Entomology are using Ohio Supercomputer Center resources to find out critical information into the foraging habits of honey bees. This research could result in major insight into ways to help these highly beneficial pollinators. Read more.