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Boosting ultra-sensitive microscopes

In biology, the behaviour of living organic substances such as cancer cells is studied under a microscope. But the light from the microscope damages these tissues and organisms, and they can only stay alive for a limited time – a… Continue Reading →

Proteomics project faster with grids and lightpaths

The research field of proteomics contributes to important new medical insights, producing vast amounts of data along the way.  To convert these massive amounts of proteomics data into knowledge requires dedicated computing and storage capacity. The Dutch research and education… Continue Reading →

Using big data solutions to solve the mystery of worm behaviour

A research team, from FOM Institute AMOLF, VU Amsterdam, and Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, studies the strategies animals use to navigate the world around them. For a model system, they use roundworms. The project faced a number of data challenges. The team… Continue Reading →

ROC Midden Nederland deploys Microsoft Azure fall-back solution from SURFcumulus

ROC Midden Nederland in Utrecht, Netherlands, leverages the power of the GÉANT IaaS Framework with a Microsoft Azure solution purchased through SURFcumulus to protect its mission-critical data from the vulnerability of a single point of failure. In the event of… Continue Reading →

Closer to the ‘Holy Grail’ of medical diagnosis

Sharing large data streams for Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) are crucial to create a better understanding of pathological processes and to develop and improve tools for diagnostics and treatment. Due to the large volumes of data associated with the high resolution… Continue Reading →

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