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The Open Science Data Cloud – Two Year Update

I just got back from SC 12, which took place in Salt Lake City this year. We shared our research booth with the Open Science Data Cloud (OSDC) and with the (ICAIR) Research Center from Northwestern University. The OSDC just … Continue reading

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Datascopes for the Long Tail of Science

This week, I gave a talk at the GLIF Workshop in Chicago on what is being called the long tail of science. We have telescopes to study distant objects and microscopes to study small objects. A number of us who … Continue reading

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Managing and Analyzing 1,000,000 Genomes

I gave a talk last week at XLDB 2012 about Bionimbus, which is cloud based system for managing, analyzing, transporting, and sharing large genomics datasets in a secure and compliant fashion. Bionimbus was developed at the Institute for Genomics and … Continue reading

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