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San Diego Supercomputer Center director urges academia to make cyberinfrastructure 'real'

Comprising the "infrastructure" for the Information Age, cyberinfrastructure the organized aggregate of information technologies, organizations, and human resources is essential for future research advancement and discovery. In this month's EDUCAUSE Review, Dr. Fran Berman, director of the San...
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Collaboration leads to success: Most powerful computer of its kind in western N.Y. available worldwide

...olars to Address Previously Unsolvable Problems cyberinfrastructure sits at the core of modern simulation and modeling...r of Computer Science and Engineering. The Miller cyberinfrastructure Laboratory (MCIL) is taking advantage of recent ad... applications." Project History The Miller cyberinfrastructure Laboratory (MCIL) was founded at the beginning of ...

New movement models tested at the Smithsonian in Panama

...or of the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology; Tony Fountain, director of the Knowledge and Information Discovery Lab and Sameer Tilak, member of the cyberinfrastructure Lab for Environmental Observing Systems at the UC San Diego Supercomputer Center. Wikelski and Kays are also research associates at the Smithsonian...

San Diego Supercomputer Center and UCSD announce 'Triton Resource'

...tion, collaboration, and discovery through the use of leading-edge research cyberinfrastructure at SDSC. SDSC is leading the effort to build the Triton Resource focused...he best balance of storage, computing power, and memory to meet a number of cyberinfrastructure needs for world-class research. The planning committee is made up primarily...

Caltech scientists awarded $20 million to 'Power the Planet'

...sk, and high-impact basic chemical research problems. The centers are expected to be responsive to rapidly emerging opportunities and make full use of cyberinfrastructure to enhance collaborations. "We are excited about our prospects, as we are lucky to have a very talented and dedicated group of students and postdoc...

Brucella abortus S19 genome sequenced; points toward virulence genes

...yields candidate virulence genes" was published recently in PLoS One (May 2008, Volume 3, Issue 5, e2193). Oswald Crasta, project director at VBI's cyberinfrastructure Group and the corresponding author on the paper, remarked: "We have been able to leverage rapid sequencing of the S19 genome on the Roche GS-20 and GS...

iPlant Kickoff Conference at CSHL begins tackling plant biology's grand challenges

...oftware and computational tools needed to create a cyberinfrastructure to solve those challenges. After the conference...d of its first year, and more in future years. The cyberinfrastructure the collaborative builds will be custom designed t...ealth of information that is out there. The iPlant cyberinfrastructure seeks to level the playing field by making sophist...

Species explorers ask: What's on Your planet?

...g introductions of pests, vectors and invasive species. This fusion of the traditional theories and goals of taxonomy with computer engineering and cyberinfrastructure will create a powerful, distributed, worldwide research platform for descriptive taxonomy, Wheeler says. This goes far, far beyond databases or Web si...

Pervasive environmental sensing a possibility

... Water Supply Chemical Sensors for AUVs Distributed Hydrologic Modeling and Data Assimilation Continuous Monitoring of Water Distribution Systems cyberinfrastructure for CENSAM to Encourage Data Fusion Systems for Measuring Subsurface Chemical Fluxes Coastal Environment Algorithms for Adaptive Sampling in Co...

UA-led research team awarded $50 million to solve plant biology's grand challenge questions

...ion dollars to create a global center and computer cyberinfrastructure within which to answer plant biology's grand chall...he community, that will bring to bear the power of cyberinfrastructure to enable scientists everywhere to take on some of...two to four the first year) and develop the iPlant cyberinfrastructure to help scientists answer those questions. The...

LTER unveils a new decadal science plan

...out the Networks science agenda for the next 10 years. Titled Integrative Science for Society and the Environment: A Plan for Research, Education, and cyberinfrastructure in the U.S. Long-Term Ecological Research Network, the plan makes an ambitious call for research that extends the Networks foundational strength in ec...
cyberinfrastructure in Biological Technology

Virtual world is sign of future for scientists, engineers

.... "I think it shows that even in that community there is a feeling that the cyberinfrastructure can really be used in beneficial ways for the experimental scientific commu... high-speed fiberoptic network called the Teragrid and is an example of the cyberinfrastructure being developed for researchers. The online simulation tools, funded by ...
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