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SGCI Community Members Featured in the 10 Most Popular Science Node Articles of 2020

This year, Science Node's 10 most popular Science Node articles of 2020 includes a story about one of our staff members, as well as one about an SGCI community member.  Sandra Gesing, SGCI Staff and associate research professor at the  University of Notre Dame , was featured in Science Node's Paths to HPC series in July 2020.  Read Gesing's Paths to HPC feature here . Matias Carrasco-Kind, senior scientist at NCSA and data release scientist for...

Science Node article "When facts aren't enough" features Gateways 2019 keynote Randy Olson

When facts aren't enough To make research meaningful, scientists need to unleash the power of narrative Scientist-turned-filmmaker Randy Olson thinks scientists could use a little help getting their message out to the public. He presented the keynote, "Narrative is Everything,” to the scientists at the Gateways 2019 conference in San Diego, where he argued that effectively communicating scientific results to the public in a way that they care about is part of a scientist’s job. ...

Science Node article "In pursuit of dark energy" features Gateways 2019 attendee who says conference provided a venue for learning and connecting

In pursuit of dark energy Dark Energy Survey leads to new ways to explore the universe Speed read Dark energy makes up 70% of our universe but little is known about it Images of hundreds of millions of galaxies were recorded by Dark Energy Survey (DES) Terabytes of data now released to researchers worldwide via custom infrastructure On a mountaintop high in the Chilean Andes, where the atmosphere is very dry and there is little light from civilization, a...

Science Node Article: Join the Gateways 2019 conference

By Nayiri Mullinix Join the Gateways 2019 conference Gateways 2019 offers gateway creators and enthusiasts the chance to connect, learn, share, and shape the future of gateways. Early-bird registration will open in late June. Science gateways bring together components of advanced cyberinfrastructure—data collections, instruments, supercomputers, clouds, collaboration capabilities, and analytical tools—behind streamlined, user-friendly interfaces. The 4th annual Gateways...

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