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Texas Advanced Computing Center Joins the iRODS Consortium

The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), a supercomputing center that provides powerful scientific computing resources, joins the iRODS Consortium.

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RENCI to Lead Two $1 Million Grants to Support Data-Intensive Scientific Research

Projects aim to improve scientific productivity and protect data from inadvertent errors Two new $1 million awards from the National Science Foundation aim to help researchers take advantage of the latest advances in data science, networking and computation while protecting the integrity of their scientific work. The Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) of the University of […]

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South Big Data Hub partners on development of new nationwide data storage network under NSF grant

The Open Storage Network will enable researchers to manage data more efficiently than ever before. The South Big Data Hub is one of four regional big data hub partners awarded a $1.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for the initial development of a data storage network over the next two years. A […]

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What to expect at the 2018 iRODS User Group Meeting

Interested in iRODS? Register for the meeting at  irods.org/ugm2018 DURHAM, NC – The worldwide iRODS user community will gather here June 5 – 7 for the iRODS User Group Meeting (UGM), three days of learning, sharing of use cases, and discussions of new capabilities that have been added to the integrated Rule Oriented Data System […]

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Report focuses on rethinking flood analytics

Floods are the most common, most frequent and most costly type of disaster in the United States. A flood-resilient nation uses state-of-the-art analytics and data tools to help reduce or eliminate fatalities, minimize disruptions and reduce economic losses, according to a new report co-authored by the Coastal Resilience Center of Excellence (CRC). 

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iRODS Consortium continues to grow, signs on to OpenSFS

Quantum, NetApp join consortium that helps sustain the iRODS open source platform  CHAPEL HILL, NC – Two companies involved in data storage and cloud-based data services recently became the 17th and 18th members of the iRODS Consortium, the membership-based foundation that leads development and support of the integrated Rule-Oriented Data System (iRODS). 

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Tracking entrepreneurship in the Research Triangle Park and beyond

by Anne Johnson Platform offers insights on the forces that drive regional economies Why do businesses spread like kudzu in some places but wither on the vine in others? It’s an important question for anyone considering where to start a new business or seeking to cultivate a strong economy for their region. But it’s not […]

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Data Matters™ Short Course Series Returns to Hunt Library in August

Registration now open at datamatters.org  We live in a data-driven world, and as researchers, business professionals, and government policymakers struggle to stay on top of the latest data science trends and practices, the Data Matters™ Short Course Series returns to offer a week full of education and training. 

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Registration now open for June iRODS User Group Meeting

Registration discounts through April 1; visit irods.org DURHAM, NC – Users of the integrated Rule Oriented Data System (iRODS) will come to Durham, NC from points around the globe to attend the 2018 iRODS User Group Meeting (UGM) June 5 – 7.

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Delving into the data from Hurricane Maria

Data and water scientists aim to learn from an unparalleled natural disaster. Among the many problems faced by residents of Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria is a lack of clean drinking water; this poses health risks for people who have already endured unprecedented hardship. The storm and its aftermath also provided a […]

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