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A CyVerse node has been created serving three research institutions in Austria, with the primary system at Graz University of Technology. Photo by Tyson Swetnam/CyVerse.

New CyVerse Node Brings Easier Collaboration to Austrian Scientists

A CyVerse node has been created serving three research institutions in Austria, providing localized data management and tailored research solutions for Austrian scientists using CyVerse infrastructure. The effort is the second installation of CyVerse systems outside of the U.S.

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Researchers Go on Offense, Defense in Battle Against Hackers

CyVerse is participating in two National Science Foundation grants totaling $1.5 million that will allow University of Arizona researchers to be more aggressive in the battle against hackers.

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Tree

Researchers 'Light Up' the Plant Tree of Life

In the largest plant genome project to date, an international consortium of researchers generated gene sequences from more than 1,100 species, providing a framework for 1 billion years of green plant evolution. The data are available in the CyVerse Data Commons.

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CyVerse ‘Power User’ Joins Boyce Thompson Institute

Andrew Nelson is one of three from among over 100 applicants invited to join the prestigious Boyce Thompson Institute, which touted his bioinformatics expertise, a skill he’s gained through his work with CyVerse.

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Model of Global Insolation

ECSS Program Accelerates XSEDE User's Career in Geoinformatics

CyVerse Science Informatician Tyson Swetnam Discusses Benefits of XSEDE Collaborations

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