Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
Anyone who plays video games or who goes to movies that use computer-generated imaging knows that virtual environments are becoming more and more realistic.
Graphene, a form of pure carbon that exists in one-atom-thick sheets, is of great interest to scientists and engineers because of its strength and other remarkable properties.
Fluorescent chromophores are compounds that can emit light under certain circumstances.
Nanostructures are devices built on an extremely tiny scale - a nanometer is one-billionth of a meter. Materials at this scale show unique properties that affect how they behave.
In the ongoing study of viruses, researchers are using powerful computer resources to create visualizations of virus structures.
People have always talked about the weather, but these days weather and climate have become a major topic for discussion.
Associate Professor Jeff Schwinefus, who is a faculty member at St.
Electronic and magnetic materials are enormously valuable in a number of technologies.
The challenge of finding “green” energy resources to replace non-renewable fossil fuels is a topic of great interest for researchers.