QCIF collaboration delivers new authentication services

QCIF is one of the first to successfully apply the Australian Access Federation’s implementation of OpenID Connect, integrating it with the XNAT imaging informatics platform to allow researchers to seamlessly log in using their local institutional credentials.

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Need help with ‘omics data analysis?

When James Cook University PhD student Alyssa Budd needed help analysing the ‘omics data she needed for her thesis, she called on QFAB’s Analysis Hotel.

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Software to manage increased research data

New technology continues to offer better solutions for researchers, as QCIF happily witnessed at a national meeting earlier this month over software for high-performance computing.

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Professor Matt Bellgard joins QCIF’s board

Professor Matt Bellgard, QUT’s inaugural eResearch Director, has joined QCIF’s board of directors.

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National eResearch to benefit from a $72M funding boost

The Federal Government delivered its response on Tuesday, 15 May, to the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Roadmap, announcing $72M of new National Research Infrastructure (NRI) funding over the next four years for capital investment in eResearch.

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Excellent response to this year's QCIF survey

A growing number of researchers have indicated that QRIScloud is becoming an increasingly critical component in helping them to deliver research outcomes.

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QCIF’s new UQ and Griffith board members

UQ’s Professor Joe Shapter and Griffith’s Professor Andrew Smith have joined QCIF’s board of directors.

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Monthly Hacky Hour introduced to USQ

Dr Francis Gacenga, QCIF's eResearch Analyst at USQ, has begun trialling a monthly Hacky Hour on the Springfield campus.

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Help for life scientists to submit data to international repositories

Making data publicly available is integral to the dissemination of research output. However, data submission to international repositories can be challenging. 

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Making Australia’s unique soil and marine microbiome data more accessible for all

Work started on the Australian Environmental Microbiome Research Data Cloud project last month, which will link significant national biological data sets with national biosciences computational infrastructure and services funded through the Government’s National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS).

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