Compute Canada Launches Bioinformatics Support Resource

Toronto, Ontario (January 17, 2018) – Today, Compute Canada launched the Canadian Bioinformatics Helpdesk (https://...

Data Visualization Workshop Coming to UBC Okanagan on JAN 24

On January 24, WestGrid's Training and Visualization Coordinator, Alex Razoumov, will host a free workshop at the University...

Compute Canada Offers Scholarships to 2018 Digital Humanities Summer Institute

Compute Canada is offering two pairs of scholarships to Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) 2018. These will be...

CHIME Telescope Accelerates Exploration of the Dark & Mysterious Universe

“The CHIME team's research is focused on the composition, history, and fate of the Universe,” says Professor Kris Sigurdson from the University of British Columbia. But answering such big questions requires big data and big systems to analyze and store it all.

Getting Started on Compute Canada National Systems

Compute Canada’s newest national systems -- Cedar and Graham -- are now available for use by researchers. How To Access You...

Part of a National Computing Platform

WestGrid is one of four regional divisions of Compute Canada, a national platform of supercomputing expertise and resources.
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Compute Canada funding Innovation Saskatchewan
On January 18, 2018, the Government of Saskatchewan announced a commitment of $2.2 million to Compute Canada and WestGrid to support our delivery of advanced research computing resources, support, and services to researchers. The funding will be... Read More »
January 18, 2018
Toronto, Ontario (January 17, 2018) – Today, Compute Canada launched the Canadian Bioinformatics Helpdesk (https://bioinformatics.computecanada.ca/). This online community forum is free and aims to provide support for a wide-range of bioinformatics... Read More »
January 17, 2018
Two hardware bugs, Spectre and Meltdown, have been identified as the sources of security vulnerabilities in the processor chips of computers, laptops and smart devices like tablets and mobile phones. At this time, there are no known exploits... Read More »
January 12, 2018
Compute Canada is offering two pairs of scholarships to Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) 2018. These will be awarded via a competition closing February 8, 2018. Submissions must include: The name and institutional affiliation of a research... Read More »
January 8, 2018
On January 24, WestGrid's Training and Visualization Coordinator, Alex Razoumov, will host a free workshop at the University of British Columbia Okanagan that explores how to visualize large datasets on remote high-performance computing (HPC)... Read More »
January 4, 2018

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