A research center in Juelich, Germany has unveiled "JuQueen." The supercomputer can calculate the same amount of information per second as more than 100,000 PCs running at the same time. Scientists are already using it to map the human brain.
Scientists have long puzzled over what dark matter, thought to account for 85 percent of the mass of the universe, is made of. With the help of a German supercomputer, they might just be a little closer to finding out.
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