A total amount of 90,000 research units have been approved by Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC), to grant our group for the 2015 calendar year.
The supercomputer resources, supported by OSC, have always been a boost to the computational projects carried in the group. This year, our proposal, titled “Microscopic understanding on the roles of collagen and osteocalcin in bone biomineralization”, has been approved and granted for 90,000 research units. With the allocation rewarded, our research aims at providing fresh insight into the structure-activity relationships in bone formation, which will also benefit related clinical researches for understanding and treating bone disease.
For more information about OSC, please see: https://www.osc.edu/.