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Trinity and NCGAS partnership thrives as software popularity continues to grow

The Broad Institute’s messenger RNA (mRNA) assembler, Trinity (developed by Aviv Regev, Brian Haas and others), is one of the most popular tools for assembling short reads (~100-150 base pairs) of mRNA into the transcripts (~200-15000bp) produced by an organism.

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Viewing the universe (and more!) with ImageX

The Scalable Compute Archive group in Research Technologies – Pervasive Technology Institute at Indiana University, has expanded the Image Explorer (ImageX) for more general-purpose scientific use.

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NSF Big Data Regional Innovation Hubs: Establishing Spokes to Advance Big Data Applications

NSF call for IU researchers to help establish spokes about a particular topic that requires Big Data approaches and solutions.

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Choose Lustre! and attend LUG17 at IU.

Significant savings to be had by registering by May 1. View the whole conference agenda now.

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CACR Senior Fellow Rob Templeman promoted at NSWC Crane

Templeman was recently named Chief Engineer for Cybersecurity

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Outreach to local high school demonstrating solar energy potential in Indiana

Arvind Gopu, Scalable Compute Archive group in Research Technologies – Pervasive Technology Institute at IU, gave a guest lecture about solar energy systems at a local high school

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Nuclear pasta on display

Matt Caplan, doctoral student at Indiana University in the Department of Physics – Nuclear Theory Center, has been conducting exciting new research on nuclear pasta using the Big Red II supercomputer.

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Creating a network of late Renaissance Venice musicians

The Cyberinfrastructure for Digital Humanities group (CyberDH) in Research Technologies - Pervasive Technology Institute at Indiana University, has enabled successful student research in the humanities.

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Write code, save lives

OpenMRS is a global project supported and led by Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University that provides an open-source electronic medical record system platform.

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OSG and Cancer Computer partnering for the cure

Cancer Computer recently partnered with Open Science Grid to make available 1,157,122 core hours per year for research at Indiana University School of Medicine (SPLinter project) and Harvard School of Medicine (Structural Biology Grid Science Portal).

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Advancing our understanding of the 2015 Indonesian forest fires

How damaging were those 2015 Indonesian forest fires?

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Pre-Columbian ceramic vessels digitized and modeled

A collaboration between Anna VanderJagt of the CyberDH group and Jennifer St.Germain from the Glenn A. Black Laboratory at Indiana University has resulted in the digitizing and modeling valuable and rare artifacts.

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NCGAS provides HPC, training, and networking to Bethune-Cookman University students

In a recent collaboration, NCGAS provides HPC, training, and networking to Bethune-Cookman University students

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Improving water quality through advanced simulations

Ward has been collaborating with IU’s Science Applications and Performance Tuning (SciAPT) and High Performance File Systems (HPFS) groups to optimize the Agro-IBIS code to run in parallel on IU's Big Red 2 supercomputer.

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Lustre User Group 17 CFP extended to March 10th

Share your experiences with colleagues. Submit an abstract to present at LUG17.

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Enabling web-based therapeutic intervention research

IU faculty and staff collaborate to innovate therapeutic research.

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LUG17 abstracts due 2/26 - early bird ends 3/25

Lustre User Group 2017 at Indiana University reminder regarding participation.

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IU Pervasive Technology Institute announces Spring 2017 seminars/workshops

Supercomputing for Everyone Series - seminars, workshops, and PTI affiliated projects.

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Phylogenomics workshop in Czech Republic a success

Indiana University professor Matthew Hahn presented at the 2017 Workshop on Phylogenomics, held in ?eský Krumlov in the Czech Republic.

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D2I releases Data MatchMaker

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