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$500,000 for Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania budget has included a $500,000 donation to the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center.

'This is very good news for PSC and for the Commonwealth,' said Ralph Roskies, scientific director for PSC, adding that the state’s return on its past investments in PSC has been excellent. 'Since our inception we’ve brought over $500 million in outside funds into Pennsylvania, representing a 14:1 return on state funding for PSC.'

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