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Transforming science through data-driven discovery
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A workshop on viral genomics – dubbed “viromics” – hosted October 18-20 at Ohio State University by CyVerse collaborator Matthew Sullivan brought dozens of viral and microbial ecologists from nine different countries together for three days of community science empowerment.
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A research team including CyVerse leadership has been awarded $3.4 Million to develop cyberinfrastructure for large-scale image processing.
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An international group used CyVerse resources to develop the largest comprehensive global plant database, now freely available to researchers and the public! Check it out: www.biendata.org
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At the University of New Orleans, conservation biologist Nicola Anthony, along with partners in the U.S. and Africa, is designing curricula with CyVerse to prepare students for a future when informatics is integral to all life sciences.
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Watch this 3-minute video to learn how these innovative +Arizona Wildcats used CyVerse to help track mosquito-borne diseases:
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Did you miss our webinar on Managing, Sharing, and Publishing Data in the CyVerse Data Store? No worries! You can catch it on our YouTube channel at your leisure:
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Students used CyVerse resources to develop a map that predicts the abundance of mosquitoes that vector diseases such as Zika virus and Dengue Fever across the United States. +UA Research +National Science Foundation
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How about a little CyVerse “window shopping?” This Focus Forum will give you a peak into the Data Store, the heart of CyVerse cyberinfrastructure. Both novice users and experienced users will learn tips and tricks for maximizing the ease and flexibility of uploading, downloading, accessing, discovery, and publication of private and public research data. Register now! http://www.cyverse.org/blog/events/webinar-managing-sharing-and-publishing-data-cyverse-data-store
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CyVerse science has shown that mountains are essential for trees to store carbon most efficiently. Listen to the +Arizona Public Media interview:
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