June 28, 2022 | UChicago CS News

When any successful project attracts a large community, there will be growing pains. Since its launch in 2015, the experimental cloud computing testbed Chameleon has realized its vision of becoming a shared scientific instrument for computer science research and education. The project, led by Argonne Senior Scientist and UChicago CASE Affiliate Kate Keahey, has supported over 800 projects and 6,000 users from around the world and developed several new applications and deployments.

June 1, 2022 | Bio-IT World

In a wide-ranging discussion on data security this month at the Bio-IT World Conference and Expo, panelists dug into how the data we have can be better positioned to inform research in the future—and what that means for both patients and researchers.  

May 13, 2022 | Argonne National Laboratory News

Scientific experimentation frequently generates enormous quantities of data. And, just as frequently, this data cannot be handled at the point where it is created and has to be moved to either large supercomputing clusters or the cloud. This process of moving data requires high-tech software packages that can transport large quantities of information seamlessly, reliably and quickly, all over the world.

April 19, 2022 | SGCI Blog

By Greg Nawrocki, Globus

December 3, 2021 | Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

By Ashleen Knutsen

Cyberattack risks compel life sciences and healthcare organizations to detect anomalies, resist malware, encrypt data transfers, and institute audit logs

November 15, 2021 | ESnet news

The Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) has long been focused on developing ways to streamline workflows and reduce network operational burdens on the scientific programs and researchers they serve directly, as well as those on behalf of the entire R&E network community.

April 20, 2021 |

The Arecibo Observatory, UCF, TACC, the University of Puerto Rico, EPOC, Globus, CICoE Pilot partner to move telescope data to Ranch system

Millions of people have seen footage of the famed Arecibo radio telescope's collapse in December 2020. What they would not have seen from those videos was Arecibo's data center, located outside the danger zone. It stores the ‘golden copy' of the telescope's data — the original tapes, hard drives, and disk drives of sky scans since the 1960s.

February 19, 2021 | Argonne ALCF News

By breaking down barriers to large-scale data sharing, the Argonne-developed Petrel service is enabling science that would not otherwise be possible.

January 21, 2021 | Science Node

Last year marked the 10th anniversary of Globus, which launched in 2010 as the “Globus Online” service to connect researchers and make large-scale data transfer accessible to any researcher with an internet connection and a laptop.

July 28, 2020 | Argonne ALCF

Argonne researchers have developed a pipeline between ALCF supercomputers and Advanced Photon Source experiments to enable on-demand analysis of the crystal structure of COVID-19 proteins.