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A New Sequence for Bioinformatics HPC

A New Sequence for Bioinformatics HPC

Dell
Published by: Research Desk Released: Oct 26, 2020

The UK National Health Service is collaborating with university partners to transform public health and personalized medicine with the power of high- performance computing.

Bioscience teams at NHS and the UK’s Cloud Infrastructure for Microbial Bioinformatics project need high performance computing and storage systems to enable next-generation genome sequencing technologies.

The CLIMB project is a collaboration among Warwick, Birmingham, Cardiff, Swansea, Bath and Leicester Universities and the Quadram Institute Bioscience. It is dedicated to developing and deploying a world-leading cyber-infrastructure for microbial bioinformatics, providing cloud-based compute, storage and analysis tools for microbiologists across the UK, accompanied by a wide range of bioinformatics training activities.