Latest Computer simulation Stories
Computer scientists collaborate with biologists on faster method to study plant ecology.
A theoretical technique developed at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory is bringing supercomputer simulations and experimental results closer together by identifying common "fingerprints".
Eliminating tens of thousands of manual lab experiments, two University of Houston (UH) professors are working toward a method to cut the development time of new antibiotics.
University of Arizona aerospace and mechanical engineers are studying bird and bee flight to develop unmanned vehicles that stay aloft longer and cope with sudden and severe changes in airflow.
An international team of scientists are looking to create what BBC News is calling "one of the most ambitious computer projects ever conceived"--a simulation that will virtually reproduce all activity on Earth, from human activity to climate to the spread of diseases and beyond.
A University of Akron researcher is leveraging advanced modeling and simulation techniques to more precisely understand how organic materials bond to inorganic materials, a natural phenomenon that if harnessed, could lead to the design of composite materials and devices for such applications as bone replacement, sensing systems, efficient energy generation and treatment of diseases.
New grants from the National Science Foundation and the Dallas-based O'Donnell Foundation will allow the innovative University of Colorado at Boulder project to expand to a key area of need -- middle school science.
A new molecular simulation technique developed by researchers at RIKEN and Kyoto University has confirmed for the first time the function of the transporter protein AcrB in E. coli multidrug resistance.
TROY, Mich., Oct. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Altair Engineering, Inc.
YORK, England, Oct. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Intelsius, a global manufacturer and distributor of environmentally safe, temperature-controlled and regulatory-compliant packaging solutions, has launched version 1.4 of its proprietary Analytical Thermal Modeling Software -- ATMOS(TM).
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