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The Research Cluster Grant

The Silicon Mechanics Research Cluster Grant is a program designed to jumpstart research efforts where access to high-performance computing was previously limited, outdated or not available. To provide access to the latest high performance and GPU technologies and support collaboration within institutions, we are proud to announce the recipients of the Fourth Annual Research Cluster Grant:

Dordt College - Sioux Center, IA
Utilization of the cluster will span a wide variety of research activities including bacterial statistical genetics, processing and analysis of RNA sequencing, phylogenetic trees, computational chemistry, engineering integrity, analyzing genomic sequencing data, population genetic data and more.

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City College of New York - New York City
The cluster will be used in cutting-edge research in biochemistry, chemistry, biology, physics, earth and atmospheric sciences, computer science, engineering, medicine, mathematics, social science, humanities and writing pedagogy.

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Applications for the Fifth Annual Grant will open this November.

The program is open to all US and Canadian qualified post-secondary institutions, university-affiliated research institutions, non-profit research institutions and researchers at federal labs with university affiliations.

This program would not be possible without the generous contributions of our partners:

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Wayne State University - Detroit, MI
The application was submitted jointly by two interdisciplinary research teams which include scientists focusing on chemistry, mathematics, physics and biology, along with cancer and biomedical research.

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Tufts University - Boston, MA
The cluster is a key component of a multidisciplinary effort to transform the way biological pattern formation is investigated by integrating computer science, molecular biology and biophysics.

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Saint Louis University - St. Louis, MO
The deployment of the cluster is enabling key research in digital theology, aerospace and mechanical engineering, biology, chemistry, business and computer science.

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