Welcoming your feedback: QCIF’s customer survey 2017

QCIF recently launched its 2017 customer survey, providing users with the opportunity to give feedback.

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Faster, wider access to the 1000 Genomes Mirror

As part of a program to make large reference data sets more widely available, QCIF recently exposed the complete 1000 Genomes data set to the Euramoo and FlashLite compute clusters.

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Pre-packaged applications on the Nectar Research Cloud

Nectar recently announced its Application Catalogue, releasing a number of new applications to all Research Cloud users through the Nectar dashboard.

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Professor Stuart Crozier joins QCIF Board

Professor Stuart Crozier has joined QCIF’s Board of Directors.

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USQ teams in CSIRO’s ON program

Five USQ teams, representing various research areas, have been selected to participate in CSIRO’s innovation accelerator "ON" program.

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BCCVL to showcase in England

BCCVL will showcase its platform at Lancaster University’s Data Science Institute on Wednesday, 12 April 2017.

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A program manager and bioinformatician join QCIF's team

QCIF has two new team members — Dr Jeff Christiansen, a program manager for health and life sciences data projects, and Thom Cuddihy, a bioinformatician who doubles as a software developer.

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USQ's Dr Erin Rayment joins QCIF’s board

Dr Erin Rayment, Director of the Office of Research Development at the University of Southern Queensland, has joined QCIF’s board of directors.

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Australia and NZ sign research agreement

Australia and New Zealand signed an agreement on Friday, 17 February to share research assets.

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Submissions to the National Research Infrastructure Roadmap published

Curious about what people said in their submissions to the Australian Government’s National Research Infrastructure Roadmap, which will help shape national eResearch for the coming decade?

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