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NIH Cloud Lab: Open for Exploration

Are you curious about using the cloud for research? The NIH Cloud Lab is a new 90-day program that enables NIH-affiliated* researchers to explore the cloud at no cost in a secure, NIH-approved environment. Participants can sign up at any time and receive an account with $500 of Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, or Microsoft…

Unrestricted funds for Amazon Science awardees

The Cornell Center for Advanced Computing (CAC) encourages Cornell researchers to apply for the Amazon Science Spring 2024 call for proposals. “Awardees will receive unrestricted funds, from $50,000 to $100,000 ($80,000 on average) that can be used for any purpose, including leveraging CAC consulting services to accelerate research discoveries,” says Rich Knepper, CAC director. “Up to…

Collaboration tools for working with data

Collaborating with others on your research? Cornell has tools to help. The Open Science Framework allows you to build and develop projects, providing a centralized workspace while leveraging different tools for different parts of the project.  LabArchives is an electronic lab notebook that allows you to organize, manage and share your research. GitHub is a software development platform that…

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