The Super Computing Science Consortium is a partnership among university, state and Federal research organizations aimed at improving "the ability of the partners to advance energy and environment technologies through the application of high performance computing and communications (HPCC)." The website describes the organization's project on MFIX, for which it has made available open source code, and another project investigating topics such as gas flow and the catalytic decomposition of ozone, for which it offers several images and video simulations. Information on grants for researchers affiliated with the partner colleges and universities is also available. Hardware and software resources available for partner researchers are described along with photo images when applicable. The News section highlights recent activities such as conferences and new products from the Super Computing Science Consortium.