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Shared Cyberinfrastructure

NSF invests in powerful cyberinfrastructure that enhances the ability of researchers and educators to access and use scientific data and infrastructure. These assets include high-performance computing systems, large-scale data repositories, software suites, networks, and digital access to research equipment and instrumentation as well as education resources.

10 Research Assets Found :: Shared Cyberinfrastructure

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The building housing the NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center

Wyoming Supercomputing Center

This supercomputing center is the first facility in decades in Wyoming and one of the world's most powerful supercomputers....


Type: Facilities & Networks
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Collaborative Center for Internet Epidemiology and Defenses

CCIED addresses the critical challenges posed by large-scale Internet-based pathogens, such as worms and viruses....


Type: Facilities & Networks
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Global Ring Network for Advanced Applications Development

GLORIAD is a high-speed optical network around the entire northern hemisphere....


Type: Facilities & Networks
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National Science Digital Library

The National STEM Distributed Learning (NSDL) program is a national network dedicated to advancing STEM teaching and learning for all learners in both formal and informal settings....


Type: Facilities & Networks
Roots seek water in tight spaces

iPlant Collaborative

The iPlant Collaborative (iPC) seeks to take collaboration to a new level, bringing together researchers in every area of plant science....


Type: Facilities & Networks
Protein Data Bank

Protein Data Bank

The PDB ensures open access to the worldwide collection of deposits of more than 50,000 molecular structures, as well as tools and resources for studying them....


Type: Facilities & Networks
Blue Water

Blue Waters Project

Blue Waters is expected to be the most powerful supercomputer in the world for open scientific research when it comes online in 2011....


Type: Facilities & Networks
Proton Exchange membrane Fuel Cells

National Institute for Computional Sciences Kraken

The NICS Kraken near-petascale system's computing capability will significantly expand the capacity of the TeraGrid....


Type: Facilities & Networks
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Ranger Supercomputer

The Ranger Supercomputer provides unprecedented power to meet very large science and engineering computational requirements, and is currently supporting some 150 research projects, ranging from earthquake simulation and advanced biology to nanoelectronics and particle physics....


Type: Facilities & Networks
Photo of researchers using an interactive display map

Extensible Terascale Facility

NSF's TeraGrid is the world's leading high-end computing environment for open research. It integrates high-performance computers, data resources and tools, and high-end experimental facilities around the world....


Type: Facilities & Networks
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