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Below are articles and press releases written about TCBG research and development accomplishments that have appeared in popular press and web sites (for our conventional journal publications, please click here).

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Staff. (November, 2006). Pittsburgh Doubles Capability of BigBen. PSC News Bureau. See also:

Schneider, M. (November, 2006). Knock, knock, who's there? Simulations reveal new information about the gateway to the cell nucleus. PSC News Bureau.

Sidener, J. (September 25, 2006). Games Get Serious. SignOnSanDiego.com - by the Union Tribune. See also:

Kloeppel, James E. (September 21, 2006). One protein, two channels: Scientists explain mechanism in aquaporins. UIUC News Bureau. See also:

Kloeppel, James E. (September 18, 2006). Evolutionary software to be released free of charge. UIUC News Bureau. See also:

McGaughey, S. (Summer, 2006). Aleksei Aksimentiev finds his place with DNA Sequencing Challenge. Synergy, (2), p. 2-4.

Staff. (July, 2006). First Atom-by-Atom Simulation of a Life Form. Physics Illinois News.

Staff. (June 9, 2006). The Cray XT3 - A Unique Resource at PSC. HPCWire.

Robinson, M. (May 10, 2006). First-Ever Simulation of Functioning Organism Spawned by Ingenuity of Illinois Researchers and Power of SGI Altix. SGI Press Release at PRNewswire. See also:

Staff. (April, 2006). Harnessing supercomputers to model life. NSF Current.

Staff. (April 14, 2006). Modeling Enzymes at NCSA. HPCWire.

Morgan, H., & Ricker, K. (April, 2006). Managing workflow with NAMD-G. NCSA Datalink. See also:

  • Staff: (April 17, 2006). Managing workflow with NAMD-G. GRIDtoday.

Robinson, M. (April 6, 2006). SGI Ranks Among Bio-IT World's Coveted Bio-IT 50. SGI Press Release at Yahoo!Finance. See also:

  • Staff. (April 6, 2006). SGI Named to Bio-IT 50. HPCWire.

Davis, R. (March 30, 2006). UI biologists construct first digital model of virus. Daily Illini.

Casey, R. M. (March 28, 2006). Bioinformatics in Structure-Based Drug Design. B-EYE-Network.com.

Than, K. (March 27, 2006). Virtual virus is first simulation of an entire life form. LiveScience.com

Staff. (March 24, 2006). Partners Map Future of TeraGrid. HPCWire.

Staff. (March 23, 2006). Supercomputer Maps One Million Atoms of a Complete Virus in First Simulation of a Life Form. Virtual virus takes 100 days on supercomputer, 35 years on a desktop. National Science Foundation, Press Release 06-049. See also:

Farrell, N. (March 16, 2006). Supercomputer builds a virus. Now if it can convince a human to swallow it. The Inquirer.

Pearson, H. (March 14, 2006). Supercomputer builds a virus. Vast simulation captures molecules in motion. news@nature.com.

Barlow, J. (March 14, 2006). Researchers simulate complete structure of virus-on computer. UIUC News Bureau. See also:

Staff. (March 10, 2006). NCSA users publish first simulation of an entire life form. NCSA Access. See also:

  • Staff. (March 13, 2006). NCSA users simulate an entire life form. HPCWire.

Staff. (February 28, 2006). NCSA users publish on nuclear pore selectivity. NCSA Access.

Silicon Graphics (February 7, 2006). Bioinformatics Consortium at the University of Missouri adds SGI Technology for Large-Scale Computational Life Sciences Research. WebWire Internet Press Release Resource.

Wong, K. M. (January 23, 2006). Enzyme Antics. NCSA Access Online.

Kline, G. (January 15, 2006). A tool to find building blocks: With an eye on early detection of health issues, researchers developing ways to map genes. The News-Gazette.

Palucka, T. (January 13, 2006). All in Your Brain. Progress toward new medicinal drugs for appetite, memory, and mood. PSC News & Media Online, and PSC's Projects in Scientific Computing, 2005.

Kotulak, R. (January 8, 2006). The Cosmic conversation. How can lifeless particles evolve into living things? They basically talk themselves into it, a group of scientists say. Chicago Tribune Magazine. See also:

  • Kotulak, R. (January 20, 2006). Lifeless particles talk themselves into evolving, scientists say. The Kansas City Star.
  • Kotulak, R. (January 20, 2006). Lifeless particles talk themselves into evolving, scientists say. ContraCostaTimes.com.

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