Advances in computing power and a wealth of digital information are changing scientific research.
The Health Sciences Center for Computational Innovation (HSCCI) is now one of the five most powerful university-based supercomputing sites in the nation.
NY Governor Andrew Cuomo opened UR’s new facility dedicated to applying computational power to health care’s most complex problems.
The University of Rochester is among the top 10 sites in the world with the most energy-efficient supercomputers.
Scientists from the University and IBM discussed how they will use high-performance computing to solve complex health problems.
The University’s next big research tool, a supercomputer called Blue Gene/Q, will further health sciences research.