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  • Facility readies for world’s most powerful supercomputer

    Severe weather
    Atmospheric sciences researchers Brian Jewett (left) and Robert B. Wilhelmson will use Blue Waters, the world's fastest supercomputer when it comes online in 2011, to study how tornadoes form. Their research eventually could lead to better predictions of the severe storms. Wilhelmson, principal investigator on the project, is affiliated with NCSA.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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