Results from QCIF's user survey: "Excellent services and support"

QCIF's user survey rating has increased for the second year in a row, jumping to a Net Promoter Score of 31.2 this year from 23.2 in 2016. This is a great result.

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National roadmap for research infrastructure released: Nine priority areas identified

The Australian Government released the 2016 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap on Friday, 12 May, identifying priorities essential for building Australian research excellence over the coming decade.

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QFAB celebrates its 10th anniversary

QFAB is celebrating its 10th birthday and a decade of providing leading bioinformatics services to life science and health researchers.

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Dr Phil Gurney announced as QCIF's new CEO

Dr Phil Gurney will become QCIF’s new CEO as of Tuesday, 2 May 2017.

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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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