Day: September 17, 2016

The Galaxy Project
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The Galaxy Project

Cancer Computer provides a public Galaxy server, part of The Galaxy Project, free for scientists doing cancer or related research (registration required).  We also offer private Galaxy instances ranging from 8-1024 cores, and up to 100TB at substantially discounted rates, to researchers requiring more computational power and storage space. Galaxy makes analysis tools, genomic data,...

Rosetta@Home
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Rosetta@Home

Cancer Computer runs Rosetta@Home project, on all of our cluster servers, workstations, staff & volunteer personal computers, allowing it to scavenge CPU resources, when they are not in use. Currently, Cancer Computer’s team, is in 6th place in the world, please join us! The Rosetta @ home project, is a public project, led by Dr....

Open Science Grid (OSG)
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Open Science Grid (OSG)

Cancer Computer is dedicating a cluster of computing resources to the SPLinter Molecular Interaction Prediction Tool. This project is led by Dr. Samy Meroueh, at Indiana University’s IU School of Medicine. The Open Science Grid (OSG) advances science through open distributed computing. The OSG is a multi-disciplinary partnership to federate regional, community, and national cyberinfrastructure...

Canadian scientists raise alarm over inadequate computing resources
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Canadian scientists raise alarm over inadequate computing resources

Globe and Mail, originally published February 2, 2016 Scientists across Canada who need access to fast and powerful supercomputers to conduct their federally funded research say they are falling behind their international competitors, or having to switch to less ambitious projects because the country’s digital research infrastructure is insufficient to meet their needs. The problem...