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The RES aims to offer its supercomputing resources to the scientific community to promote the progress of high-quality research and innovation. This section highlights some of the research results obtained by RES users.

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20 Oct 2017
(Via ScienceNode) Turbulence is present in most fluids, like the ocean currents, the air around aircraft wings, the blood in our arteries or smoke from chimneys. Since turbulence is so prevalent, its study has many industrial and environmental applications. For instance, scientists model turbulence to improve vehicle design, diagnose atherosclerosis, build safer bridges, and reduce air pollution. Caused by excess energy that cannot be absorbed ...
15 Sep 2017
(Via Nanotechweb and UCM) A new work published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology could be the basis to create faster and smaller electronic devices. The research has been carried out by researchers from the Materials Physics department of the UCM and the Institute of Materials Science of Madrid (ICMM-CSIC), users of RES resources, With the aim of keeping on with the fast pace of increase in storage capacity and computer speed (characterized ...
23 Jun 2017
(Via CNB-CSIC) A study published in the journal PNAS describes what happens at the atomic level when a double-stranded nucleic acid molecule is stretched. Using computer simulation, scientists found a way to explain why DNA coils when it is stretched, whereas double-stranded RNA unwinds. If a DNA molecule is stretched, it will coil up on itself. If the same is done with an RNA double helix, it will unwind. Why do they behave so differently alt ...


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