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CACR's Craig Jackson and Scott Russell author paper on new cybersecurity assessment tool

Paper unveils Cybersecurity Assessment Parameter Profile developed with NSWC Crane

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Trusted CI celebrates five years of trustworthy science

A conversation with Von Welch, director and PI of Trusted CI and director of CACR at IU

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IU Doctoral Student Creates Software to Take Supercomputers to New Speeds

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IU Researcher Devises Cutting-Edge Technology for Scientific Research with Big Red II

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Physics Researchers use Big Red II to Assess Vitamin E’s Ability to Protect Vital Fatty Acids

IU physics researchers evaluate ways to keep omega-3 fatty acids potent

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IQ-Wall makes debut at IU East

In the recently renovated Whitewater Hall Lobby at Indiana University East, the First Bank Richmond Tech Zone is anchored by an IQ-Wall, a large display of tiled flat screen monitors.

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IU Researchers Achieve a Better Understanding of Air Pollution

IU SPEA researchers use Karst Desktop to gain better understanding of air pollution

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NCGAS at PAGXXVI

The National Center for Genomics Analysis Support (NCGAS) based out of IU, presented new and exciting work at the Plant and Animal Genomics 2018 conference

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Supercomputing for Everyone Series: De novo assembly of transcriptomes using HPC resources workshop

The National Center for Genome Analysis Support at Indiana University seeks interested participants for this National Science Foundation-sponsored two-day workshop

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IU technology supports NASA polar project in its new location

Argentinean base of operations shortens travel time, allows for more data gathering per flight

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IU undergrads: Apply to be a cybersecurity research assistant

Aid in developing a software engineering security guide for NSF-funded science and research projects

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IU professor applies math expertise to the fight against breast cancer

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IU-led TransPAC network helps launch world's first 100G international research, education link in Asia

High-speed network enables faster collaboration on issues affecting humanity: weather/climate studies, healthcare and biomedical sciences, robotics, and more

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January 30: When hacktivists target your hospital

Join IU Health InfoSec to hear from three nationally known cybersecurity experts

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Cybersecurity experts are protecting Hoosiers

IU Impact story details IU cybersecurity efforts to protect the university, the state, and the nation

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Parallel computing conference to bring experts to Indianapolis

International Conference on Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics, sponsored in part by IU Pervasive Technology Institute, slated for May 14-17

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Alisa Alering named new Science Node managing editor

Writer, editor, researcher to raise awareness of science via Indiana University-based online magazine

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Free - Supercomputing in Plain English

A High Performance Computing Workshop Series offered by the OU Supercomputing Center for Research and Education

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IU replaces Mason supercomputer with Carbonate

Mason, Indiana University's large memory computer cluster, was retired on January 1, 2018.

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Matt Link named associate vice president for Research Technologies

Longtime IT employee leads team that manages the advanced IT facilities and tools crucial to scientific discovery and research

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