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April 2013: ESnet and Partners to Create 100G R&E Transatlantic Link; Supercomputers Help a Catalyst Reach its Full Potential; Atomic Collapse Observed in Graphene; At 14, SuperLU Solver Library Still Growing in Popularity; New Peering Advances Data-Intensive Science in California; Monga Named Open Networking Foundation Research Associate; Video: "Networking as a Scientific Instrument"; HPCWire: NERSC Managers Shed Light on 'Edison'; FCW Magazine: What The Heck is Hadoop?; DOE Pulse: Berkeley Lab Tackles Next-Generation Climate Models; ASCR Discovery Features Former Alvarez Fellow Aleksandar Donev; Huffington Post: Are the Digits of Pi Random?; and Introducing: Farzad Fatollahi-Fard, Alexander Williams, Mathias Jacquelin, Joaquin Correa and Andrew Weaver.
March 2013: Meet Robert Saye, the 2013 Luis W. Alvarez Fellow; Reading the Cosmic Writing on the Wall; BISICLES Captures the Details of Retreating Antarctic Ice; Computer Simulations Yield Clues to How Cells Interact with Surroundings; ACM Council on Women Names Kathy Yelick Athena Lecturer; Video: "Imagining What's Possible"; Meeting the Computing Challenges of Next-Gen Climate Models; ESnet’s FasterData Site Is Popular International Destination; ESnet’s Work in SDN, Energy Efficiency Highlighted at Global Networking Conference; Women @ Energy: Kathy Yelick; CRD Staff Host Albany High Students on Job Shadow Day; Richmond High School Students Visit Berkeley Lab; NERSC Intern Wins Award for Computing Achievement; Taghrid Samak Works to Impact Social Development in Egypt; CNN: The Historical Analogs of Brilliant Women; HPC Source: Meet HPC Innovator Chin Guok; France24: The Future of Energy—Data Centers Incentives for Going Green; The Simons Foundation / WIRED: In Computers We Trust?; MarketWatch: Participants in 100G Workshop Consider Next Steps for Optical Networks; and Introducing: Gilberto Pastorello, Bharat Medasani and Anshu Dubey.
February 2013: A Massive Burst, Before the Supernova; NGF Played a Key Role in Discovery of the Last Neutrino Mixing Angle; IEEE Computer Society Honors CRD's Lenny Oliker; NERSC Announces Winners of HPC Achievement Awards; John Shalf Speaks at HPC Advisory Council; ESnet Contributes Ideas on Energy-Efficient Networking; Computing Sciences Researchers Among the Founding Editors of New ACM Journal; CS Staff Contribute to SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering; Berkeley Lab Staff Shared Strategies, Expertise at 100G and Beyond Workshop; Video: ESnet Staff Describe How They Contributed to the World's First SDN Transport; NERSC Staff Participate in Regional Science Bowl; Berkeley Lab Contributes to 2013 Tapia Computing Conference; Former DOE CSGF Fellow Makes Top 30 List in Forbes; and Economist: The Future of Energy: Batteries Included?
January 2013: Berkeley Lab CS Contributes to Science's Breakthroughs; NERSC Helps Explain the Big Freeze; Can We Accurately Model Flow in Shale?; Berkeley Lab Computer Scientists Develop Tools for Carbon Capture; Susan Lucas Named ESnet's Deputy Director for Operations: ESnet’s New Map Gives Up-to-the-Minute Network Data; ESnet Named One of Top Government IT Innovators—Again; CRD Researchers Receive 2013 INCITE Allocations; Boverhof's App Earns Honorable Mention in Amazon's Web Services Competition; CRD's Daniel Burke Elevated to IEEE Senior Member, Science: Death of a Star; HPCwire: Berkeley Lab Contemplates Stepping Stone to Exascale Supercomputer; SF Chronicle: Major Climate Changes Looming; Ketcheson's Blog: Five Reasons Why You Should Submit Your Next Paper to CAMCoS; Smithsonian Magazine: Top Five Surprising Scientific Milestones of 2012; Introducing: James Botts, Jaesik Choi, Eugene Vecharynski and Max Duarte Gonzalez.