SDSC researchers have developed software that greatly expands the types of multi-scale simulations of complex chemical systems that scientists can use to design new drugs, better chemicals, or improved enzymes for biofuels production.
Researchers studying peptides using SDSC's Gordon supercomputer have found new ways to elucidate the creation of the toxic oligomers associated with Alzheimer’s disease
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Since its founding in 1985 through a grant from the National Science Foundation, SDSC has earned a reputation as a leading resource for data-intensive research and expertise, involving a broad range of studies ranging from the inner workings of the human body to the outer reaches of space.