NCI Seeks Research Community's Input on Cloud Infrastructure for Cancer Genomic Data | GenomeWeb

The National Cancer Institute is asking the research community for its help in developing public cancer knowledge clouds composed of data repositories and computational resources that will make it easier for researchers to access and analyze cancer genomics data.

In a letter soliciting advice from the community, the NCI said that it plans to conduct a series of pilots in order to determine how best to implement cloud-based infrastructure to support the biomedical research community.

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