NeCTAR welcomes National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) to the NeCTAR Research Cloud, and congratulates the NCI team on commissioning their public cloud node of 3200 new high-performance CPU cores in early April 2014 to join the exising capability provided by the University of Melbourne, Monash University, the Queensland Cyber Infrastructure Foundation, and eResearch South Australia.
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Genomics Virtual Laboratory
The Genomics Virtual Laboratory (GVL) provides an opportunity for research institutes across Australia to participate in a community of accessible infrastructure, expertise and advocacy that connects genome researchers with massive datasets, sophisticated analysis tools, and large-scale computational infrastructure so that they can produce high-value globally competitive research results.
The GVL is broadly targeted at the “sequence-oriented” genome-related molecular bio-sciences – including epigenomics, transcriptomics, and meta- and eco-genomics. The GVL will provide researchers with access to national-scale projects including the NeCTAR Research Cloud, RDSI, NCI, Bioplatforms Australia (BPA), Australian National Data Service, and the EMBL Australia mirror of EMBL-EBI.
The GVL project is led by the University of Queensland Research Computing Centre, with partners QFAB, VLSCI, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, CSIRO, Bioplatforms Australia and University of Western Australia.
The GVL will
- provide infrastructure tailored to the data-intensive demands of genomics;
- provide a forum to collaborate and share data and workflows;
- provide resources that advanced research groups can control and customise in the national research cloud;
- promote the use of genome informatics through end-user support, training courses and outreach programs; and
- build informatics platforms on national infrastructure in a way that can be extended to other -omics and biosciences in the future.
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Life Sciences Computation Centre
The University of Queensland