Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
The microbiome of the human digestive tract has become an area of a great deal of exciting research and discovery.
Nitrous oxide, N2O, is an important greenhouse gas and stratrospheric ozone depleting substance.
Current astrophysical research indicates that most of the mass of the Universe is made up of a substance called “dark matter,” so called because it cannot be seen.
Camera traps, which are motion- or heat-activated automatic cameras, are revolutionizing how researchers can study ecosystems, since they are noninvasive, relatively inexpensive, and are capable o
One of the most promising methods of treating cancer is called “tumor-homing” or “targeted drug” therapy.
Image description: Left: Top and side views of a section of a two-dimensional Cu2Si monolayer. Cu atoms copper colored, Si atoms grey.
Mesabi, the Minnesota Supercomputing Institute’s newest supercomputer, was formally dedicated on April 23, 2015.
Research has shown that the human microbiome - the community of microorganisms that inhabit our bodies - may have health implications.
On Thursday, April 23, MSI held the sixth annual MSI Research Exhibition and dedicated our newest supercomputer, Mesab