Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
Post author: Thomas Nebl. Last update: 24/07/2015 at 4:10 pm by Gerard Gibbs.
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The Australian Proteomics Computational Facility has been established to provide a single advanced computing cluster accessible to scientists at proteomics centres from around Australia. This integrated approach to proteomics computing and the sharing of databases has put Australia at the forefront of the world’s efforts to identify the proteins important in medical, agricultural and biotechnology. The APCF computing facility has a dedicated 128-node high-performance computing cluster configured for processing mass spectrometry data. This system is physically located at the Ludwig Institute of Cancer Research, Parkville Campus and is the only site in world that allows full and free access to state-of-the-art proteomics algorithms without limitations. This facility is funded by the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (Enabling grant number 381413), for providing support for a high quality, world-class computational research facility that will enhance the national health and medical research effort for all Australians.
- Web based on-line access.
- Free usage after registration
- Dedicated high-performance computing cluster.
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Type: Core facility in a research organisation
Discipline areas: Biological Science
Affiliations: Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research