News

Big Data Cluster!

We're pleased to announce that we're going to be standing up a Big Data cluster in our Aberdeen street office. This will allow us to do machine learning on unstructured data sets of research and clinical data. As a nascent charity, sometimes it takes a while for all...

Cancer Computer is now on Benevity

Cancer Computer is now on Benevity goodness platform. Benevity empowers people and companies to make a real difference. You and your employees can support Cancer Computer’s mission, by helping us on our journey towards financial sustainability. You can view our all of...

DNSnetworks Corporation provides Cancer Computer collocation space

Shawn ebbs of DNSnetworks Corporation, has graciously provided us with collocation space allowing us to stand up enough computing power (2.2 million core-hours per-year), to double Cancer Computer's current contributions supporting projects such as IU’s SPLInter...

Cancer Computer is growing!

Cancer Computer is growing. Welcome Simon Quigley, our newest volunteer Linux Sysadmin, with deep networking and storage knowledge; already showing dedication to the cause, helping us move some equipment on a cold Ottawa night. Simon will be assisting us in expanding...

OSG and Cancer Computer partnering for the cure

Indiana University IT News & Events Cancer Computer recently partnered with Open Science Grid to make available 1,157,122 core hours per year for research at Indiana University School of Medicine (SPLinter project) and Harvard School of Medicine (Structural Biology...

Computing for the Cure

By teaming up with the Open Science Grid, the Canadian non-profit Cancer Computer hopes to speed a cure for cancer through computational biology. What if we threw enough computing power at cancer research that we could find a cure? Of course we would do it. Some...

Cancer Computer and OSG partner for the cure

What if we threw enough computing power at cancer research that we could find a cure? Of course we would do it. Some researchers believe computational simulations can give us enough understanding of the processes that occur within a cell that—through computational...

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