Data Enhanced Virtual Labs: Better the DEVL you know

QCIF is working with Australian research and eResearch organisations on creating, operating and expanding a variety of software platforms. Among these are Data Enhanced Virtual Laboratories (DEVLs) for the nation’s researchers.

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QCIF becomes new lead of HASS virtual lab project

QCIF is the new lead agent of the Humanities and Social Sciences Data Enhanced Virtual Laboratory (HASS DEVL) and its Tinker Web portal.

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New ecoEd Champions minted for Australia

The QCIF-led Ecoscience Research Data Cloud and Data Enhanced Virtual Laboratory project has started 2019 on a high note with eight new champions fully trained and ready to help ecoEd and ecocloud users nationwide.

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Galaxy Australia usage on the rise

Galaxy Australia now boasts more than 650 bioinformatics tools and more than 200 reference genomes and data sets, including a newly introduced grape genome.

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Leveraging ecocloud to benefit HASS researchers

What do ecoscience and HASS (humanities and social sciences) researchers have in common? For one thing, they share the structure of a Data Enhanced Virtual Laboratory and Research Data Cloud (DEVL/RDC).

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Troy Lockett joins QCIF’s management team

Troy Lockett has joined the QCIF team as Business Development and Communications Manager.    

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QRIScloud features new flavours and containers

New instance flavours and container services are now available on QRIScloud as part of overall Nectar Research Cloud improvements.

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QLD awarded more than $60m in ARC grants

Queensland once again punched above its weight in securing Australian Research Council grants totalling more than $60 million for university research projects in 2019.

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QUT joins AeRO

The Queensland University of Technology Office of eResearch has joined Australasian eResearch Organisations (AeRO) as a full member.

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QCIF staff seconded to plan national eResearch resources

Two QCIF staff have been seconded to help plan the development of further national eResearch infrastructure, namely digital platforms and the Australian Bioinformatics Commons.

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