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CyVerse training lead Jason Williams.

NSF 2026 Idea Machine: Reinventing Scientific Talent

The National Science Foundation's 2026 Idea Machine is a competition aimed at helping inform the U.S. agenda for science and engineering. Contestants submit entries regarding the most pressing research questions of the coming decade. Entries are available for comment until June 26.

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UA Campus Comes Together to Celebrate Digital Literacy

Research Bazaar Arizona – an innovative marketplace where researchers, students, educators, and data science enthusiasts can mingle, discuss, learn, share, and co-create on topics from how to code software to research publication – has brought together members of the University of Arizona community for a third year.

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Research Bazaar Returns to the University of Arizona on May 20–22

Researchers at all levels from all disciplines are encouraged to attend, especially PhD and research master's students. Research technologists and engineers who support researchers to do their job should also come along!

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A simulated image by the Chi-kwan Chan of University of Arizona shows the turbulent plasma in the extreme environment around a supermassive black hole. (Photo credit: University of Arizona.)

CyVerse Community Member and Astrophysicist Helps Lead Event Horizon Telescope Data Processing

A CyVerse collaborator and astrophysicist helps lead data processing efforts for the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) project, an international collaboration aiming to capture the first image of a black hole by integrating eight telescopes to create a planet-sized virtual telescope capable of measuring the boundaries of black holes.

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Mapping missense mutations from dbSNP to 3D structures – just one of numerous options for data mining the worldwide Protein Data Bank. Image courtesy of: https://github.com/sbl-sdsc/mmtf-genomics

Data Mining 3D Protein Structures, CyVerse Style

CyVerse community member Peter Rose and his team have developed a structural bioinformatics application that provides reproducibility, scalability, and interactivity to efforts to mine the worldwide Protein Data Bank.

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