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VLSCI has announced that RAS Round 7 is now open for applications.
Free training workshops offered by VLSCI
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Changes to VeRSI and VPAC structure
Latest release of MATLAB & Simulink now available
La Trobe welcomes Professor Long and Ms MacDonald to the University
A $100 million world-leading supercomputer to open at ANU.
All LTU Synchrotron traffic now goes over the VRN network.
Latest newsletter of Australian National Data Service
Learn more about MathWorks products.
VLSCI's move to Stage 2 will see a massive increase in capacity.
ANDS is building a cohesive collection of research resources.
Researching cyberspace and face-to-face learning
VIDEO: 'Godfather' gene discovery boosts crop production
Food security and a healthy environment under microscope at La Trobe
VIDEO: Minister's Denis Napthine and Peter Walsh tour AgriBio
Professor John Dewar appointed Vice-Chancellor of La Trobe University
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Explosion in research data requirements at La Trobe required a highly scalable storage solution.
24 Aug 2011Victorian eResearch enters virtual realm
On 23rd August Minister Rich-Phillips visited La Trobe University’s Bundoora Campus to open the Visualisation Laboratory (VisLab), a high-tech laboratory equipped with innovative visualisation technology to allow researchers to run experiments remotely.
12 Jul 2011VicBioPortal June 2011 figures
A snappy report on the size and scale of Life Sciences activity in Victoria.
12 Jul 2011NeAT Update
The VLSCI Life Sciences Computation Centre is a key partner in a National eResearch Architecture Taskforce (NeAT) Project: BioFlow Bioinformatics Workflows.
Top laboratories in North America and Europe and gigantic synchrotrons in Australia or overseas are now within reach of La Trobe science students and research scientists.
The Association was formed to strengthen the digital humanities research community in our region and to work with other international associations within the field.
30 May 2011MASSIVE computers open for use
The MASSIVE (Multi-modal Australian ScienceS Imaging and Visualisation Environment) high performance computers are open for use.