NVIDIA Omniverse, a computer graphics and simulation platform that enables artists to collaborate seamlessly in real time, is now available for early access customers in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) market.
To help in the development of a treatment or vaccine for Coronavirus, University of Texas at Austin and National Institute of Health (NIH) researchers recently achieved a critical breakthrough—creating the first 3D, atomic-scale map of the virus.
To simulate how subatomic particles interact, or how haze affects climate, scientists from Stanford University and the University of Oxford developed a deep learning-based method that can speed up simulations by billions of times.
A new paper published in Cell systems by Harvard researcher Mohammed AlQuraishi describes a new deep learning-based approach for predicting the 3D structure of a protein based on its amino acid sequence.
During a large earthquake, energy rips through the ground in the form of seismic waves that can cause serious harm on densely populated areas. The effects of earthquakes can be difficult to predict, and even the best modeling and simulation techni
James McClure, a Computational Scientist with Advanced Research Computing at Virginia Tech describes how they are using the NVIDIA Tesla GPU-accelerated Titan Supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.