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PTI a partner in $4M NSF award to advance medical nanotechnology

Fight against cancer among applications for devices that merge nanotechnology and biotechnology

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Makevention 2017

Community STEM outreach at Makevention 2017.

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On the road to a cure for HIV using Big Red II and Karst

IU graduate student, Hao Sha in the Department of Physics at IUPUI is conducting exciting new research aimed at increasing the understanding of the biological mechanisms in terms of the fundamental laws in the physics and chemistry.

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August 30: Data Integrity Challenges and Workflow-Based Solutions

CACR's Von Welch and Randy Heiland present as part of the Fall 2017 Digital Library Brown Bag Series

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IU leads the international HPC community to develop state-of-the-art benchmarking tools

IU is a leading university in HPC and an important member in the world-renowned SPEC community.

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Enabling novel Neuroscience with Brain-Life

Dr. Franco Pestilli, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University, is leading an ambitious project which aims to develop an online Neuroscience platform to promote reproducible research.

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Continuing the good work at Brandeis University

A team from the IU Pervasive Technology Institute - UITS Research Technologies assisted in upgrading an existing HPC cluster at Brandeis University in Waltham, MA.

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PTI draws global attendees to Lustre User Group meeting

Users of the supercomputing file system software connect with colleagues, elect officers to OpenSFS board, including IU’s own Ken Rawlings as secretary

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Chemistry students learn using Chemcompute and Jetstream

Mark Perri, Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Sonoma State University, has been supporting thousands of students learning Chemistry across the nation using Jetstream.

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Digital History and the Old Oaken Bucket

IU student project features a 3D representation of the Old Oaken Bucket created through photogrammetry and structured light scanning digitization methods.

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Crystallography methods improved with Big Red II

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IU researchers awarded access to Microsoft cloud to advance neuroscience, big data training

Funded projects will support research at Indiana University developed through the Midwest Big Data Hub

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RENCI and CACR partner on NSF project enabling safe and secure data sharing

CACR will offer expert guidance on cybersecurity and privacy challenges

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Simulating DNA to tackle tough medical challenges

Researchers at IU are making advances in studying DNA to tackle considerable challenges.

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Hit your data targets with DAART

IU has developed a graphical tool called the Data Archive And Retrieval Tool (DAART) to help researchers manage their high performance computing resources

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IU projects shine at 2017 Plant and Animal Genome Conference

Jetstream and NCGAS coordinate, collaborate, and dazzle at the 2017 Plant and Animal Genome Conference.

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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 UITS Research Technologies – Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute, 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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