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Universities have a long history of using high-performance computing (HPC) for research and analysis in engineering, physics and mathematics. In recent years, however, high-performance computing clusters have also revolutionized traditionally descriptive sciences such as biology, with the ability to dedicate the power of literally thousands of processing cores to simulations that seek to help some of the most intensive scientific research.
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