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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).

Staff. (December 3, 2013). Difficult dance steps: Team learns how membrane transporter moves. R&D. [PDF]

Staff. (December 3, 2013). Difficult dance steps: Learning how membrane transporters move. Science Daily. [PDF]

Staff. (December 2, 2013). Difficult dance steps: Team learns how membrane transporter moves. Phys.org. [PDF]

Yates, D. (December 2, 2013). Difficult dance steps: Team learns how membrane transporter moves. UIUC News Bureau. [PDF]

Willis, T. and Bacalar, A. (December 2, 2013). HIV Virus Atomic Structure Fully Mapped UAID. [PDF]

Schwink, S. (November 27, 2013). Aksimentiev's team demonstrates DNA origami bends and twists in solution. Physics Illinois News. [PDF]

Barker, T. (November 18, 2013). NCSA receives honors in 2013 HPCWire Readers' and Editors' Choice Awards. NCSA News. [PDF]

Staff. (November 18, 2013). 2013 Annual HPCwire Readers Choice Awards. Best use of HPC in life sciences. Editor's Choice:
NCSA "Blue Waters" with Cray technologies and NVIDIA GPUs to achieve breakthroughs in HIV CAPSID Research
. HPCWire.

Hemsoth, N. (November 18, 2013). Extreme Computational Biology at SC13: An Interview with Dr. Klaus Schulten. HPCWire. [PDF]

Borman, S. (November 11, 2013). Matching Protein Experiments to Simulations. American Chemical Society. [PDF]

Staff. (August 30, 2013). How a Supercomputer May Have Finally Unlocked a Way to Beat HIV. JSNMA. [PDF]

Staff. (August 15, 2013). Blue Waters: A sea of possibilities. Beckman Institute News. [PDF] [PDF]

Cossins, D. (August 1, 2013). A Sense of Mystery. Researchers from various disciplines are homing in on the mechanics of magnetoreception, an enigmatic sense that some animals use to navigate the globe. The Scientist Magazine. [PDF]

Staff. (July 29, 2013). Study looks beyond averages to track variability in bacterial population. e!ScienceNews.com. [PDF]

Staff. (July 29, 2013). Study looks beyond averages to track variability in bacterial population. Phys.org. [PDF]

Staff. (July 29, 2013). Study looks beyond averages to track variability in bacterial population. ScienceDaily.com. [PDF]

Staff. (July 29, 2013). Study looks beyond averages to track variability in bacterial population. EurekAlert!.org. [PDF]

Staff. (July 29, 2013). HIV Structure. aumag.org. [PDF]

Staff. (July 14, 2013). Team Discovers How Aquaporins Admit Water While Excluding Protons. mcb.illinois.edu. [PDF]

Staff. (July 13, 2013). Columbarian Columbuses. Economist. [PDF]

Harris, M. (June 18, 2013). CUDA for ARM Platforms is Now Available. Nvidia Developer Zone. [PDF]

Boehle, K. (June 17, 2013). UI supercomputer Blue Waters decodes HIV capsid. The Daily Illini. [PDF]

Moore, G. (June 12, 2013). 64-million atom simulation – a new weapon against HIV. isgtw.org. [PDF]

Puiu, T. (June 4, 2013). Largest supercomputer bio-simulation ever reveals key HIV protective shell structure. zmescience.com. [PDF]

Staff. (June 4, 2013). Code cracks HIV capsid, opens drug possibilities. ASCR DISCOVERY. [PDF]

Staff. (June 1, 2013). Researchers Just 'Hacked' HIV with Supercomputer Help. motherboard.vice.com. [PDF]

Weber, N. (May 30, 2013). Kampf gegen Aids: Forscher entschlusseln Schutzhulle von HIV. SpiegelOnline.com. [PDF]

Scharr, J. (May 30, 2013). Supercomputer tries to crack mystery of HIV structure. MotherNatureNetwork.com.

Petrou, A. (May 30, 2013). Nvidia supercomputer powers HIV breakthrough. TechEye. [PDF]

Staff. (May 30, 2013). Computer simulations help scientists understand HIV-1 infection. Nanowerk News. [PDF]

Staff. (May 30, 2013). Supercomputer tries to crack mystery of HIV structure. mnn.com. [PDF]

Paddock, C. (May 30, 2013). HIV Shell Structure Cracked With Help Of Supercomputer. Medical News Today. [PDF]

Staff. (May 30, 2013). Scientists Crack the Code of HIV, Provide an Up-Close View. infectioncontroltoday.com. [PDF]

Staff. (May 30, 2013). HIV inner shell structure revealed. BBC News - Health. [PDF]

Koebler, J. (May 29, 2013). Scientists crack HIV coating, leading to possible AIDS cure. U.S. News and World Report. [PDF]

Connor, S. (May 29, 2013). Inside the Aids virus: Research finds chink in the armour that protects HIV in breakthrough that could lead to a new class of drugs. The Independent. [PDF]

Diep, F. (May 29, 2013). Supercomputer creates atom-by-atom model of HIV virus shell. Popular Science.com. [PDF]

Moore, E. A. (May 29, 2013). 'Blue Waters' supercomputer helps crack HIV code. CNET.com. [PDF]

Millington, G. (May 29, 2013). Breakthrough in HIV research enabled by NVIDIA GPU accelerators. NVIDIA News Release. [PDF]

Staff. (May 29, 2013). Breakthrough in HIV research enabled by NVIDIA GPU accelerators. MarketWired.com. [PDF]

Staff. (May 29, 2013). Breakthrough in HIV research enabled by NVIDIA GPU accelerators. Yahoo!Finance (finance.yahoo.com). [PDF]

Staff. (May 29, 2013). Breakthrough in HIV research enabled by NVIDIA GPU accelerators. Wall Street Journal.

Staff. (May 29, 2013). Breakthrough in HIV Research Enabled by NVIDIA GPU Accelerators University of Illinois Team Uncovers New Approach to Combating Virus Through World's Largest, Atomic-Level Computer Simulation. pr-inside.com. [PDF]

Staff. (May 29, 2013). Breakthrough in HIV research enabled by NVIDIA GPU accelerators. HPCwire.com.

Colaner, S. (May 29, 2013). NVIDIA graphics processors power breakthrough in HIV research. Hot Hardware.com. [PDF]

Staff. (May 29, 2013). Cracking the code of HIV; providing an up-close view of the enemy. National Science Foundation News. [PDF]

Brueckner, R. (May 29, 2013). GPUs helps researchers uncover new approach to combating HIV virus. insideHPC. [PDF]

Poeter, D. (May 29, 2013). NVIDIA GPUs assist in battling HIV virus. PCMAG.com. [PDF]

Proffitt, A. (May 29, 2013). Researchers characterize chemical structure of HIV capsid. BioITWorld.com. [PDF]

Takahashi, D. (May 29, 2013). Researchers bring in graphics supercomputer for a breakthrough in the fight against HIV. Venturebeat.com. [PDF]

Yates, D. (May 29, 2013). Wit, grit and a supercomputer yield chemical structure of HIV capsid. UIUC News Bureau. [PDF] [PDF]

Staff. (May 29, 2013). Wit, grit and a supercomputer yield chemical structure of HIV capsid. MedicalXpress.com. [PDF]

Staff. (May 29, 2013). Wit, grit and a supercomputer yield chemical structure of HIV capsid. HealthCanal.com. [PDF]

Staff. (May 29, 2013). Wit, grit and a supercomputer yield chemical structure of HIV capsid. ScienceCodex.com. [PDF]

Staff. (May 26, 2013). Advances in computational research transform scientific process and discovery. phys.org. [PDF]

Staff. (May 2, 2013). Researchers find active transporters are universally leaky. Phys.org. [PDF]

Staff. (May 2, 2013). Researchers find active transporters are universally leaky. EurekAlert!. [PDF]

Dubrow, A. (March 27, 2013). A New Era in Computational Biology utexas.edu. [PDF]

Bashir, R. (March 14, 2013). Mayo Clinic and Illinois researchers develop new sensor for methylated DNA. Engineering at Illinois News. [PDF]

Staff. (February 23, 2013). Klaus Schulten on how birds navigate. PBS LearningMedia.

Barker, T. (February 2, 2013). U.S.-China team determines structure of virus with Blue Waters. Engineering at Illinois. [PDF]

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