CyVerse Receives Third NSF Award for Enabling Data Science

CyVerse Receives Third NSF Award for Enabling Data Science

CyVerse, a national cyberinfrastructure project led by the University of Arizona, has received a third five-year award from the National Science Foundation's Directorate for Biological Sciences, bringing total project funding to $115 million.

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Measuring Species Traits to Monitor Biodiversity

Management of global biodiversity requires up-to-date, reliable and comparable biodiversity data. Essential biodiversity variables such as species traits is one way to monitor the global state of biodiversity.

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The students learned to use tools and technologies that data scientists regularly utilize, preparing them to lead the next generation in data science.

Summer Interns Work with Drone Datasets, RNA Analyses

The students learned to use tools and technologies that data scientists regularly utilize, preparing them to lead the next generation in data science. 

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ESIP director Erin Robinson shakes hands with University of Arizona Associate Vice President for Research Development John Mester at the ESIP 20th anniversary party, held at CyVerse headquarters at the UA’s Bioscience Research Laboratories. (Photo by Tyson Swetnam/CyVerse)

CyVerse Hosts 2018 Earth Science Information Partners

The Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) 2018 summer meeting, Data for our Changing Earth: Realizing the Socioeconomic Value of Data, was held in Tucson July 17–20, with sponsorship by the University of Arizona.

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Abstract image of data points in the shape of a map

Observing Ecology with CyVerse Atmosphere

CyVerse is working with the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) to make ecological data broadly accessible to researchers through CyVerse’s Atmosphere cloud platform.

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