UITS Research Technologies participates in IUPUI Research Day April 11; Online training — SAS: The Basics, April 10, 9am-noon; Listen to Talk Nerdy to me, episode 9; New addition to IU Mobile app shares information on campus energy use; IU genome center sheds light on North Atlantic fishery decline
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Important discoveries about the effects of global climate change on ocean life are coming to light through a collaboration between scientists and the National Center for Genome Analysis Support (touch for more >>)
Researchers from the Pacific Biosciences Research Center at the University of Hawaii Mānoa and Ohio University commissioned NCGAS to provide bioinformatics skills and computational resources to study the transcriptome of zooplankton, the small, multicellular organisms that form the basis of the marine food chain.
Research Technologies will be traveling to regional campuses to host InfoShares
Find out more at the 10th Annual Polar Technology Conference April 15–17 at the Indiana Memorial Union on the IU Bloomington campus.
Stephen Simms, IU manager of high performance file systems, has been elected to the Open Scalable File Systems board as community representative director (touch for more >>)
Each year, OpenSFS members elect a community representative director to join the board in governance and stewardship of OpenSFS.
Big Red II is IU’s biggest, fastest supercomputer to date. Not quite a year old and among the world’s fastest, Big Red II is designed to help researchers in a wide variety of fields process their big data.
IU to support $320 million Digital Lab for Manufacturing; If you want to keep your Mypage account, remember to fill out the user agreement; Video: Manipulating plant cells is science, and art
IU has been named a partner in creating the Chicago-based $320 million Digital Lab for Manufacturing announced by President Barack Obama.
IU will provide crucial services for two powerful new supercomputing systems recently funded by the National Science Foundation, bringing jobs and resources to the state. (touch for more >>)
IU will provide data access reliability and security for Wrangler that the University of Texas at Austin and its partners will design. IU’s Geoffrey Fox is a strategic partner for the Comet project at the University of California, the world’s first virtualized high performance computing cluster.
IU has long been recognized as a leader in the advancement of high performance computing and networking technologies. As such, IU is well represented at the annual Supercomputing 2013 conference (SC13).
Get a jump on Black Friday; IU computer scientist receives inaugural HPC Vanguard Award; If you missed the EDUCAUSE conference, check out the webcasts; and more
Breakout session materials and videos available.
Find out what else Geographic Information Systems can do at GIS Day, Nov. 20.