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During unprecedented challenges from the pandemic, the Research Technologies (RT) division of UITS is continuing its mission to support and advance research in the state, nation, and world.
"This wouldn’t have been possible without the great resources that UITS provided for us."
A range of IU centers and labs are focusing their resources on helping scientists stop the spread of the virus, discover cures
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NCGAS to host free workshop to benefit genome researchers.
Several IU units/schools teamed up to host an IU Bicentennial- and artificial intelligence-themed booth, showcasing current research and educational initiatives.
Event to feature booth presentations on high-performance computing tools and ceremony naming IU Distinguished Professor Geoffrey Fox as Ken Kennedy Award recipient
At Indiana University, CEWiT and NCGAS work together to bring women and biology to tech fields.
IU undergraduate Eliza Foran gains hands-on data science skills helping biologists process bioacoustic data
Two women in technology, completed the project titled, “Analyzing Genomic Data using High Performance Clusters” under Faculty Mentor Thomas Doak.
Research Technologies event featured Peebles Memorial Lecture speaker, information tables, and student poster displays
IU genome analysis center works with scientists to understand color variation in Central America’s strawberry poison-dart frog
After transcriptome workshop, Ph.D. student uses new skills to make discovery about moth’s adaptation to predators
IU technologists advance research and scientific discovery via networking and high performance computing innovations
Grant renewal will support expansion of programs supporting genome biology research
The National Center for Genome Analysis Support at Indiana University seeks interested participants for this National Science Foundation-sponsored two-day workshop
IU's National Center for Genome Analysis Support brings high performance computing to biologists across the nation
The National Center for Genomics Analysis Support (NCGAS) based out of IU, presented new and exciting work at the Plant and Animal Genomics 2018 conference
An hour-long informative and interactive webinar about the new supercomputer Bridges-2 hosted by XSEDE and Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center.
This 4 day event, hosted by XSEDE and PSC, will include MPI, OpenMP, GPU programming using OpenACC and accelerators.
This workshop introduces IU faculty, staff, and students to IU's Research Electronic Data Capture (IU REDCap). June 2nd via Zoom.
Presented by the two main Gateway Focus Week instructors: Juliana Casavan, program designer & facilitator, MatchBOX, and Nancy Maron, founder and principal, BlueSky to BluePrint
This workshop introduces IU faculty, staff, and students to the survey feature in REDCap. June 16th via Zoom.
The webinar will provide an introduction to Expanse, the upcoming NSF funded HPC resource at SDSC.
Gathering for gateway creators and enthusiasts features hands-on tutorials, demos, keynotes, presentations, panels, posters, and plenty of opportunities to connect with colleagues.
PAG brings together over 3,000 leading genetic scientists and researchers in plant and animal research, and over 130 exhibits, 150 workshops, 1100 posters and over 1800 abstracts.