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Membrane proteins play vital roles in many cellular processes such as cell fusion, signal transduction, ion translocation, and homeostasis, among others.To link structure to function, it is necessa
For 21 years, MSI has hosted an Undergraduate Internship Program (UIP) that provides opportunities for students to learn about supercomputing and scientific research.
The research group of Professor Sean Garrick (MSI Fellow) at the Computational Transport Phenomena Laboratory in the Department of Mechanical Engineering uses MSI resources to model and simulate tu
Fluid motion is classified as either laminar or turbulent.
MSI researchers will present posters of their work at the 2011 MSI Research Exhibition on Monday, April 25, 1-3:30 p.m., on the fourth floor of Walter Library.
Galaxy is a framework developed at Penn State and adopted for use at the University of Minnesota as part of its core life sciences cyberinfrastructure.
The first stars of the early days of the universe hold the key to understanding the formation of the first heavy elements and first galaxies.
MSI's newest supercomputer system, Koronis, will soon be ready for use by MSI researchers. Koronis is based on an SGI UV 1000 supercomputer and was funded by an NIH grant.
A group of MSI researchers from several departments are combining their expertise and making exciting new contributions in the field of biomedicine.