Research Technology

An open source, web-based platform for data intensive genomics biomedical research.

RDMS services are available to provide Tufts faculty, staff, and their researchers with tools to address unified data management, data curation, and compliance with federal grant data management mandates.
Geodata at Tufts is an online tool to help researchers, faculty and students discover, preview, and retrieve geospatial data from multiple repositories.
The Data Lab offers Geographic Information Systems (GIS), GPS field data collection, and Remote Sensing consultations to students, faculty and staff to help them integrate geospatial technologies and analysis into their research, projects, and course work
Tufts High Performance Computing (HPC) is comprised of the Tufts Linux Research Cluster and the host of advanced mathematical and scientific research applications installed on them there.
View a collection of bioinformatics tools and resources available for the life sciences at Tufts.
Requests for storage suitable for research data that can be mounted on a Windows, Mac or Linux platform is available to researchers in support of projects and grants.
Consults with faculty and graduate students in support of their research technology activities.
The Data Lab is a teaching & computing lab designed to foster collaboration and innovation across all campuses by providing methodological and technological support for data analysis, visualization and design for geospatial and non-geospatial applications
As a member of the XSEDE Campus Champions program, TTS helps Tufts researchers and educators gain access to XSEDE (Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment) high-performance services, resources, and accounts.