The Milwaukee Institute, a non-profit that promotes high-performance computing in southeast Wisconsin, has received a $1 million grant that will allow it to create two fellowships in computational science. Institute director Jay Bayne is a member of the Wisconsin Technology Council board of directors. Read more in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
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