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New advances in computer science, such as the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory-developed NWChem, are making modeling and simulation feasible on some of the largest, massively parallel computers available. Shown is an image of the solvent structure of the Uranyl Oxide (UO2++) ion from the NWChem ab initio molecular dynamics simulations.

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Document Title: Advances in Computer Science Speed Solutions to Global Challenges
Category: Computer Science
Media Type: Graphics
Date of Image/Photo: September 2009
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