QCIF to lead EcoCommons Australia

The Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) announced last week it will fund the EcoCommons Australia project with QCIF as the lead agent.

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QCIF in 2019: A year in review

Our most active training schedule ever, coupled with a handful of major data software platforms, kept QCIF particularly busy this year.

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UQ’s MeDiCI data storage fabric extended to JCU

James Cook University has adopted the University of Queensland-developed data storage fabric, MeDiCI, as the replacement for its end-of-life storage infrastructure.

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JCU genomics researcher checks into QFAB’s Analysis Hotel

When a Queensland genomics researcher needed intensive help with bioinformatics, she checked into QFAB’s ‘Analysis Hotel’ for a week of one-on-one training and support.

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QFAB paper among most cited from PLOS ONE

An article with QFAB input is among the top 10 per cent most cited PLOS ONE papers published in 2015. 

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QCIF at Brisbane’s Re:produce workshop

Two QCIF staff were actively involved in the Australian Academy of Science’s ‘Re:produce workshop’ about reproducible science, held in Brisbane across 10­–11 December.

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QFAB in speaker lineup for InSyB2019

QFAB will help deliver a workshop at an international bioinformatics symposium in India later this month.

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QFAB bioinformatician to speak at international genomics conference

QFAB bioinformatician Valentine Murigneux will present her work on a rare species of macadamia tree at the International Plant and Animal Genome Conference in San Diego, USA, 11–15 January 2020.

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QCIF at national geometry workshop                 

QCIF eResearch Analyst Dr Nick Hamilton was a featured speaker at a geometry workshop in Adelaide this week in honour of Australian mathematician Professor Tim Penttila.

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How to access Queensland Government data for your research

Did you know that you can request Queensland Government open data not currently in the public domain via the government’s Open Data Portal?

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