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

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

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An Innovative Cyberinfrastructure Will Create 'The Internet of Samples'

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.

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The Data Hidden in the Leaves

A summer virtual internship with a CyVerse-supported UArizona environmental imaging research project propelled one college student toward a career integrating biology with data science.

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Building a 'Genome to Phenome' Community Across Crops and Livestock

A new federal grant will support an Iowa State University-led effort to spur development of a "genome to phenome" infrastructure, leveraging CyVerse for scientific collaboration across crops and livestock.

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Unraveling the Secrets of Human Health with Data Science

Data Science Fellow Alise Ponsero, PhD, is using data from the ocean to train microbe-hunting machines to seek pathogens underlying diabetic amputations. Ponsero is co-hosted by CyVerse and the University of Arizona Data Science Institute.

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