NIH scientists to have faster processing systems for research

11/9/2006 | Government Computer News

The NIH renewed its biomedical supercomputing program with the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center to give scientists access to faster processing systems for life science research, as well as computational resources, outreach and training. "Our long-term vision includes integration of these areas to enable multiscale modeling of molecules, cells and tissues, with a substantial future impact on human health care," a program official said.

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