Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
In order to predict and fight animal disease outbreaks, epidemiologists and other researchers need to understand how a given disease spreads through landscapes and populations.
The Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve (CCESR) is a biological field station run by the College of Biological Science
Engineers designing wind farms must consider the terrain features of the farm site in order to optimize its output.
The introduction of non-native plants to an ecosystem can cause damage, such as crowding out native species.
As the use of wind energy increases, engineers are using computer modeling to optimize the design of wind farms.
Oat crown rust is a serious disease that affects oat crops worldwide.
Breast cancer is a leading cause of death for women. Researchers know that genetics play an important part in one’s chance of getting the disease, but there is still much that they don’t know.
Despite years of attention, air pollution continues to be a major problem in many large cities throughout the world.
Over the past year, MSI has been increasing resources available to researchers working in machine learning fields.