Clemson University’s acclaimed supercomputer, the Palmetto Cluster, will be receiving a $1 million upgrade funded by the National Science Foundation. Lindsay Shuller-Nickles’ research group is a heavy user of Clemson University’s Palmetto cluster, which ranks in the top eight U.S. academic supercomputers according to the Top 500 ranking. The supercomputer enables Dr. Shuller-Nickles and her students to study nuclear materials at an atomic level. Dr. Shuller-Nickles was recently involved in the successful NSF MRI award to add $1M to the Palmetto Cluster. Read more.