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The University of Louisville in Kentucky is a leading center for advanced
research, using the power of its computing cluster to help develop new
cancer drugs, find effective treatments for spinal cord injuries and develop
new solar cell materials.
Researchers engaged in scientific fields of study such as bioinformatics,
engineering and computational chemistry, however, did not always have a
centralized high-performance computing cluster to facilitate their work,
says Priscilla Hancock, Ph.D., vice president and chief information officer
at the University of Louisville.