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An alternative computing benchmark emerges to reflect scientific performance.
Sandia National Laboratories investigators turn to advanced modeling to test the reliability of the joints that hold nuclear missiles together.
Simulations of melting permafrost promise changes in climate modeling.
Simulations at Sandia National Laboratories reveal that using magnetism to heat and insulate fusion fuel could recreate solar conditions in the lab.
A small team led by Sandia National Laboratories is attempting to virtually put the world’s most powerful supercomputers on a user’s own desktop or laptop.
The U.S. nuclear weapons arsenal must withstand attack and successfully strike their targets. Sandia scientists must figure out how.
DEIXIS: Computational Science at the National Labs is the frequently updated online companion to the eponymous annual publication of the
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