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  • Purdue Builds 1,200-Node Supercomputer Before Lunch

    Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN turned the installation of its latest research supercomputer into a time trial when 200 participants helped build what is expected to be Purdue's largest campus computer.More
  • Miami Dade Gets STEM Grant To Encourage Minority Students

    Miami Dade College North Campus has garnered a grant from the United States Department of Education in support of its STEM efforts. The college will receive $865,519 for each of three years from the federal agency's new Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program to support its science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) Connections Program.More
  • Oregon Health Science Saves on Natural Gas Through World Energy

    Oregon Health Science University recently sought the help of the World Energy Exchange, run by World Energy Solutions, in figuring out the optimal purchase of natural gas.More