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4 September 2013

The US National Institute of Mental Health estimates that 40 million Americans have an anxiety disorder. Ned Kalin, a prominent biological psychiatrist, has spent 30 years studying anxiety and its underlying mechanisms, both in primates and humans. Read about his new discoveries and the critical role high-throughput computing resources like the Open Science Grid will play in the future of brain science.


The HP-SEE project has now come to an end. The project has been working to establish high-performance computing infrastructure in south-east Europe, and has been supporting a wide range of research communities in the region in its use.

Through this work — as well as that of previous projects — significant steps have been taken towards achieving the European vision of inclusive and smart growth, based on knowledge and innovation.


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