Supercomputers Boosts U of L ResearchBook
University of Lethbridge computational chemist Stacey Wetmore's lab doesn't have a single test tube. The atoms and molecules her students work with are virtual ones created on the computer screen by visualization software. Their experiments don't need heat to cause a reaction; they only require lots of gigabytes of computing power. Thanks to a recent addition of Uracil, a computing cluster, Wetmore and her students can do their work faster and better.
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