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Analyze & Share

Do all your research in one place with our easy to use bioinformatics tools, image analyses, cloud services, and resources for reproducibility, automation, storing, and sharing.

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Build Your Skills

Access our educational workspaces, webinars, hands-on workshops, self-paced tutorials, and more to teach yourself and your students how to do open, collaborative science.

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Bring Your Own

Connect your own storage or compute power, build off our APIs, or even install your own version of CyVerse. We can help you find out what is right for your project and goals.

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Demand More From Your Data

Explore how our services support each step of your research, whether it’s bulk uploading of raw files, analyzing and visualizing your results, sharing with collaborators, or assigning permanent identifiers so others can find and reuse your data and analyses.

Use CyVerse to easily manage all your data and research in one place. CyVerse staff can help you along the way. Create an account today.


A One-Stop Science Shop: Researching, Building Tutorials, and Teaching with CyVerse

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Microbial ecologist Elizabeth Suter uses CyVerse as her one-stop shop for her research and teaching, customizing its existing tools to suit her needs.

An Innovative Cyberinfrastructure Will Create 'The lnternet of Samples'

A man holds a tuff sample from East Africa's rift valley. Photo by Kevin Krajick/Earth Institute.
A National Science Foundation award to the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory and partner institutions will integrate scientific samples into a digital data ecosystem. CyVerse users will be able to register samples and index their metadata through the CyVerse Data Store.

Upcoming Events

Agricultural Genome to Phenome Initiative

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October 28, 2020 | Online

10:30AM–12:00PM CST

The focus of this project is to build cross-kingdom research communities to address the challenges of genome to phenome research and find opportunities to work together to identify shared critical research gaps.

CyVerse–NEON Airborne Observation Platform Workshop

November 5-6 (7 optional), 2020 | Virtual

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Understand and work with NEON Data API in their preferred Integrated Development Environment (IDE) in the cloud