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Scientists work in the computer server room in the IceCube Neutrino Observatory laboratory building. Networking
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Friday December 13, 2013

Antarctica is not as remote as it once was. Planes reduce travel time to just a few hours. It's possible to exchange instant messages between McMurdo Station and New York City. Big experiments stream gigabytes of data. But computer power in the polar regions still lags. The NSF is working to change that.
A computer simulation of Antarctic ice sheet dynamics on the new Stampede supercomputer at the University of Texas at Austin. Cyberinfrastructure
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Friday April 05, 2013

Marco Tedesco was recently appointed the Polar Cyberinfrastructure Program director at the National Science Foundation's Division of Polar Programs. In an interview, Tedesco talks about the potential benefits of cyberinfrastructure to the U.S. Antarctic Program.

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