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Project POINT optimizes outcomes using REDCap

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Indiana University hosts Big Data and Extreme-Scale Computing workshop

Experts shared strategies for converging Big Data and high-performance computing tools necessary to make sense of unprecedented amounts of information

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IU Scalable Compute Archive’s march toward sustainable solutions

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Indiana University renews contract to support WIYN Observatory

Research Technologies team to continue to manage data, images from one of the world’s most powerful telescopes

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Indiana University to demo world’s first single-channel 400G link in new network for research and education

Feat will leverage IU and collaborator expertise in high performance networking and supercomputing

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Indiana University showcases tech expertise at the 30th annual supercomputing conference

IU technologists advance research and scientific discovery via networking and high performance computing innovations

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IU seeks cloud research support engineers

Indiana University’s Pervasive Technology Institute launches new project to explore the impact of human resources in the use of cloud-based cyberinfrastructure

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Big Red II simulations determine the properties of nuclear pasta

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Genome analysis center at Indiana University awarded National Science Foundation funding

Grant renewal will support expansion of programs supporting genome biology research

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Indiana University leads $2.5M supplemental grant for NSF-funded Cybersecurity Center of Excellence

Additional funding extends center’s work protecting NSF research through 2019

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IU Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research, NSWC Crane join forces again

$1.9 million award enables CACR experts to develop tool for assessing the toughest cybersecurity problems facing U.S. Department of Defense

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IU PhD student set to understand the shape of human white matter through high-performance computing

Kitchell’s work, in the laboratory of Dr. Franco Pestilli, focuses on developing methods of examining the morphology (or, shape) of the brain’s white matter tracts.

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Supercomputing for Everyone Series: De novo assembly of transcriptomes using HPC resources workshop

The National Center for Genome Analysis Support at Indiana University seeks interested participants for this National Science Foundation-sponsored two-day workshop

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IU cybersecurity center, NSWC Crane renew partnership in signing ceremony

New agreement grows the collaboration to improve capabilities in software assurance, trusted artificial intelligence

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Simulating metal 3D printing with IU’s supercomputers Karst and Big Red II

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Slipping into the Jetstream

Summer internship program brings students to IU for high performance computing experience, conference participation

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IU cybersecurity experts to help protect Large Hadron Collider data

Indiana University part of new $25 million NSF institute to manage and protect data collected by world’s largest physics experiment

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Teaching HPC and genomics side-by-side

IU's National Center for Genome Analysis Support brings high performance computing to biologists across the nation

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Jetstream team earns 2018 Campus Technology Impact Award

Higher education technology magazine recognizes Jetstream, an NSF-funded cloud platform, for its easy-to-use tools for researchers and educators

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NCGAS hosts their first national workshop on de novo transcriptome assembly using HPC resources

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