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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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CyVerse, Jetstream, and Contact Tracing: A Conversation with Nirav Merchant

CyVerse Co-Principal Investigator Nirav Merchant talks about ongoing research at UArizona's Data Science Institute and the university's efforts in exposure notification for the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Building Novel Genomes for New Study Species

CyVerse collaborators hosted a workshop at this year's virtual Botany 2020 conference to help fellow researchers without genomics experience learn to build novel genomes using CyVerse.

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The 30-ton Field Scanalyzer, the world's largest agricultural robot, bridges a row of green crops as it scans them.

World's Largest Agricultural Robot Could Help Crops Withstand Climate Change

CyVerse co-principal investigator Eric Lyons leads a team of students who use the CyVerse Data Store to process the thousands of images – up to 10 terabytes of data per day – generated by the Field Scanalyzer, the world's largest agricultural robot.

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