Originally appeared in Friday, August 23, 2002 Oak Ridger
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  -- Photo by Brenda Mask

ORNL groundbreaking

Ground was broken Thursday for the $10 million Joint Institute for Computational Sciences and the Oak Ridge Center for Advanced Studies at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

Research at the institute is expected to bring the United States into competition with Japan's Earth Simulator.

Pictured from left, Lt. Gov. John Wilder, ORNL director Bill Madia, University of Tennessee President John Shumaker, U.S. Rep. Zach Wamp, R-3rd District, and Gov. Don Sundquist.

The venture is a joint-partnership between the state, ORNL and UT.



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