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Use cases show Translator’s potential to expedite clinical research

RENCI investigators are contributing to the development of a platform called Biomedical Data Translator that will allow researchers to easily access and interrelate large amounts of data relevant to advancing biomedical research.

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New streamlined statistical method provides improved pattern detection and risk prediction for disease

The novel regression algorithm, CALF, outperforms the current gold standard, LASSO, in statistical tests

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Biomedical Data Translator Platform moves to the next phase

Although we now have huge amounts of data on everything from genes to the causes of disease, it is stored in an enormous variety of ways and in many different locations. This makes it difficult, if not impossible, to find and use this data to think about biomedical questions in a big picture, holistic way. […]

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RENCI researchers awarded 2021 Best Paper from the Elsevier FGCS Journal

RENCI researchers recently received the 2021 Best Paper Award from the Elsevier Future Generation Computer Systems (FGCS) Journal.

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RENCI Internship Program: Investing in the Next Generation of Leaders

We are excited to expand our reach and engage with curious and hard-working young professionals across RENCI’s research groups, collaborations, and operations teams.

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NRIG Director Ilya Baldin inducted into the NC State Computer Science Alumni Hall of Fame

On October 10, 2021, Ilya Baldin was inducted into the North Carolina State University Computer Science Alumni Hall of Fame.

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ExoGENI: A critical step forward for edge cloud computing

After more than eight years in operation, the ExoGENI testbed is in the process of being decommissioned. RENCI researchers played leading roles in building, maintaining, and expanding the testbed, which provided a full-scale cloud system that thousands of researchers have used to test and deploy cutting-edge applications.

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RENCI’s Network Research and Infrastructure Group works to advance the nation’s cyberinfrastructure

For more than ten years, the Network Research and Infrastructure Group (NRIG) at RENCI has been developing specialized cyberinfrastructure critical for advancing computer science and a variety of scientific domains.

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RENCI-developed software helps train computers to read 3D microscopy images of the brain

New tool could help scientists understand brain structure changes underlying conditions such as autism

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New digital laboratory helps get COVID-19 analyses up and running quickly

Data analysis and visualization are helping answer a variety of questions about COVID-19 such as who is most at risk, how is the disease spreading, and what approaches might work best for treatments. However, setting up a computer environment to analyze the large amounts of data needed to answer such questions is no easy task. […]

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