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August 18th, 2005
Purdue University says it has formed a new cyberinfrastructure center to unite computer resources on all of its campuses.
One of the center's roles will be to develop scientific gateways, or portals, such as the "nanoHUB," a system developed at Purdue that currently enables about 5,000 researchers from around the world to explore nanotechnology for research and education. The nanoHUB is a computer grid that delivers advanced nanotechnology simulations to users ranging from high school students to professional scientists and engineers.
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