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News

Building a 'Genome to Phenome' Community Across Crops and Livestock

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A new federal grant will support an Iowa State University-led effort to spur development of a "genome to phenome" infrastructure, leveraging CyVerse for scientific collaboration across crops and livestock.

Unraveling the Secrets of Human Health with Data Science

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Data Science Fellow Alise Ponsero, PhD, is using data from the ocean to train microbe-hunting machines to seek pathogens underlying diabetic amputations. Ponsero is co-hosted by CyVerse and the University of Arizona Data Science Institute.

Upcoming Events

Webinar: RNA-Seq Analysis Using Kallisto in CyVerse

Friday, December 04, 2020 | Virtual

10am Pacific | 11am Mountain | 12noon Central | 1pm Eastern

Jason Williams will reveal the secrets of RNA Seq analysis using the Kallisto app workflow in CyVerse in this season finale of our fall 2020 webinars. 

Webinar: PhytoOracle: Leveraging CyVerse, Container Technology, and Open-Source Tools for Phenomic Data Processing

November 20, 2020 | Virtual

10am Pacific | 11am Mountain | 12noon Central | 1pm Eastern

Team members from PhytoOracle, a scalable, distributed workflow manager for analyzing highthroughput phenotyping data, will share wise insights on how to apply the workflows they are developing for processing HT-phenotyping data using RGB, infrared, fluorescence, and 3D-scanner sensors.