quantum networking experiment, Argonne National Laboratory, University of Chicago
Materials scientist David D. Awschalom is reflected in mirrors set up in his lab, October 15, 2018. Awschalom works on quantum networking Argonne National Laboratory. (Jean Lachat / ANL / University of Chicago)

DOE ups quantum investment with projects for computing, physics

Programming and networking projects, as well as research on deeper physics problems, got rounds of funding from DOE.
NIH, National Institutes of Health, IT
Katie Holroyd, left, and Veronica Alvarez analyze dendritic spines in neurons of a mouse at an NIH research lab. (National Institutes of Health)

DSFederal to build health IT systems for NIH

The CIO-SP3 Small Business award covers IT services, CIO support, critical infrastructure protection, and software development.
DOD supercomputer
Members assigned to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Department of Defense leadership cut the ribbon for a new DoD super computer capability located at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, Feb. 26, 2019. This was the first-ever shared classified DoD high performance computing capability. (Air Force photo)

DOD gets first shared supercomputers for classified research

It's the first time the entirety of the Department of Defense will have access to such a supercomputing resource.