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Researchers are using an online geographic information system to track fish that may be impacted by oil and chemicals in the Gulf.


August 11 and 12, 2000 at OSC in Columbus, Ohio


YWSI program engages middle school girls in science, math

Courtesy: Ohio Supercomputer Center
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VIDEO: An Upper Arlington High School student, Tom Shkurti, discusses his OSC Summer Institute experience and the Obstacle Avoidance Roomba Project.


VIDEO: An Alexander High School teacher, Jenny Lang, discusses how OSC's Summer Institute and Young Women's Summer Institute prepare students for careers in science and technology.

Courtesy: Ohio Supercomputer Center

Shepard leveraged OSC’s Glenn Cluster supercomputer (above) to devise an algorithm to predict introns and exons in mid-length sequences of nucleotides  found in DNA strands (below).

Two will exchange infrastructure, simulation expertise for materials transformation
Practitioners combine IT, biology to tackle deluge of scientific data

Columbus, Ohio (June 10, 2010) – Researchers, educators and students from government, industry and universities across Ohio and the Midwest will be converging on Columbus next week to discuss bioinformatics, the relatively young field of scientific study that combines information technology and the biological sciences.

Study leverages supercomputer to improve management systems
GPGPU Development Workshop offered May 25th at OSC Sine Curve Man - Charles Csuri 1967 - Csuri’s drawing of a bearded man gained acclaim when the artist imaginatively transformed it using the sine curve function. In 1967, it won the Computers and Automation contest.