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Brookhaven Lab to play major role in 2 DOE exascale computing application projects

(DOE/Brookhaven National Laboratory) Scientists will help develop modeling and simulation applications for next-generation supercomputers to enable advances in nuclear and high-energy physics and chemistry research.
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