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A profile in visualization

Biomedical engineer Craig Henriquez chases faster compute time. As a young professor, Dr. Craig Henriquez heard pioneers in electrophysiology estimate that...

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Vouchers for cluster computing

(Need a template for your submission? Click here!) The 2015 compute cluster voucher program provides a way for Duke researchers...

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We want your thoughts

Help shape Duke Research Computing. Next event: Social sciences faculty focus group, Feb. 19, 11-12:00 noon, 230C Gross Hall. Duke Research...

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Digital Metabolism goes to the library

My Duke Literature dissertation, Digital Metabolisms, includes a 3D printed research element. As part of an intervention investigating the codependent...

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Duke Research Computing Symposium — a first success!

The first Duke Research Computing Symposium took place on 8 January, and it was a great success — actually exceeding...

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‘Twas the Night Before Deadline

Poster competitions can also be inspirations for Magnificent Poetic Achievement. Behold, below! Duke Research Computing Symposium registration HERE and declaration...

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Poster Competition – Duke Research Computing Symposium

What better way to start 2015 than to share your work and your genius with your Duke colleagues? The Duke...

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Geoffrey Ginsburg on collaborations with Duke School of Medicine, 4 December, 11:45 am (lunch served!)

Title: “Research and Teaching Opportunities in Collaboration with the School of Medicine” Geoff Ginsburg and his colleagues will present a...

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Some codes are haiku, some are sonnets, some are epics. Few are free verse.

A friend of mine emailed me last week after he had experienced the tragedy of missing a big deadline. A...

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