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Minerva

The Icahn School of Medicine is proud to introduce Minerva, a new supercomputer dedicated to improving scientific discovery for researchers at Sinai. The supercomputer is named after the Roman goddess of wisdom and medicine, and consists of 7,680 AMD compute cores, 30,000 gigabytes of memory, and 1,500,000 gigabytes of high speed parallel storage. It has a peak speed of 70,000 gigaflops, and will provide 64 million hours of computation per year. Learn more