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Latest News From The SSURF Network

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Aurora supercomputer has officially broken the exascale barrier.
The NAIRR Pilot aims to connect U.S. researchers and educators to computational, data, and training resources needed to advance AI research and research that employs AI.
The Molecular Foundry User Meeting is August 14-16, 2024; hybrid event hosted in Berkeley, California.
FAUST stands for “FRIB-Accelerated Beams for Understanding Science and Technology."
Physicists at RHIC’s two house-sized particle detectors, sPHENIX and STAR, are eagerly awaiting the first collisions in Run 24 of protons.
The start of commissioning follows a successful Accelerator Readiness Review (ARR) conducted from March 25-28.
Priority will be given to projects that address the areas of special emphasis that are listed in the call.
"Serving as the Director of Science will always be the honor of my lifetime." - Read her statement>>>
Webinars will share information and provide opportunities to ask questions about the Office of Science's six research programs and two research and development and production offices.
It all started in the early 2000s, when the science community was first exploring how to do proteomics analyses....
Annual statistics on the users of the Office of Science User Facilities can be searched and downloaded by categories by Institution, Project and more.

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