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High-throughput computing as an enabler of black hole science

The stunning new image of a supermassive black hole in the center of the Milky Way was created by eight telescopes, 300 international astronomers and more than 5 million computational tasks. The Wisconsin-based Open Science Pool helped make sense of it all.

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Game-changer: New tech could transform biotechnology

Game-changer: New tech could transform biotechnology

In new research in Nature Communications, the Joshua Coon Lab describes a game-changing advance that unites the power of mass spectrometry with the potential of electron microscopy (EM) — a finding that could transform biotechnology.

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In-person science returns to the Discovery Building

In-person science returns to the Discovery Building

Families returned to Saturday Science at the Discovery Building for the first time since the start of the pandemic.

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Bernstein wraps postdoc,  joins cancer research startup

Bernstein wraps postdoc, joins cancer research startup

After years of building tools for bioinformatics research, Morgridge Postdoctoral Fellow Matt Bernstein takes his skills to industrial cancer research.

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