The ALICE experiment, short for A Large Ion Collider Experiment, is a massive effort to study the birth of matter involving a collaboration of more than 1,000 physicists, engineers, and technicians from 30 countries. The Ohio Supercomputer Center serves as a key resource for hosting data and analysis codes in North America.
The acronym VM2M might stand for Virtual Microscopy to Microarray, but for cancer researchers it means revolutionizing a part of the investigative process.
Expert pathologists depend on microscopy, or the latest use of microscopes, to examine and review diseased tissue. Their conclusions help oncologists form the foundation for treatments.