University of Chicago Tailors Bionimbus Cloud to Support TCGA Data | GenomeWeb

The University of Chicago has launched a cloud-based platform that provides researchers with access to analysis tools and genomic data from The Cancer Genome Atlas.

The so-called Bionimbus Protected Data Cloud is based on Bionimbus, an open source cloud-based system for managing, analyzing, and sharing genomic data that was developed by the University of Chicago’s Institute for Genomics and Systems Biology.

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