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Ottawa experts build super-computer to help with cancer research

By: Adam Kveton For Metro Published on Mon Oct 24 2016 In a small room in Hull, at an undisclosed location, a group of Ottawa-area geeks have built a super computer. It’s got hundreds of times the processing power of your average desktop, and will soon integrate...

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...

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...

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...

Cancer cases expected to soar 40 per cent by 2030

CTV News, Originally posted May 27, 2015 The number of new cases of cancer diagnosed in Canada is expected to rise by about 40 per cent in the next 15 years, in large part because Canadians are simply growing older, says a new report by the Canadian Cancer Society....

Supercomputing reveals the genetic code of cancer

APOLLON Research Magazine, University of Oslo, originally posted Feb 2, 2015 Cancer researchers are now using one of the world's fastest computers to detect which parts of the genetic code may cause bowel and prostate cancer. Cancer researchers must use one of the...

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