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Supercomputers Are Preparing a Massive Model of the Coronavirus

News   Mar 25, 2020 | Original story from Texas Advanced Computing Center

 
Supercomputers Are Preparing a Massive Model of the Coronavirus

A coronavirus envelope all-atom computer model is being developed by the Amaro Lab of UC San Diego on the NSF-funded Frontera supercomputer of TACC at UT Austin. Biochemist Rommie Amaro hopes to build on her recent success with all-atom in?uenza virus simulations (left) and apply them to the coronavirus (right). Credit: Lorenzo Casalino (UCSD), TACC

 
 
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