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Research Technology

Evolving Technology in Support of Researchers at Tufts

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The Research Technology (RT) team provides tools, training, and support for Tufts researchers, faculty, staff, and students across disciplines. Tufts Research Technology supports a wide range of online and downloadable applications for research. Consultation areas include Data Strategy, Statistical consulting, Bioinformatics consulting, GIS consulting and more.

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Bioinformatics

Bioinformatics is the application of computational methods to analyze and visualize biological data, including tools, workflows, training, and project consultation. 

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HPC Cluster

High-Performance Computing Cluster provides computing power to researchers. Large-scale computing in Sciences, Engineering, and Bioinformatics is supported.

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Storage

Tufts University provides backed-up, network-accessible storage for research data, ranging from 50GB to several TBs. Our current capacity is 1.6 PB.

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Consultation

The RT team provides tools, training, and support for researchers across disciplines. Consult with us for support on your research technology activities.

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Data Lab

The Data Lab provides support for data reference, analysis, & visualization for geospatial & statistical research applications.

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GIS

Geographic Information Systems is a university-wide resource providing information about GIS technology resources across all Tufts campuses. 

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Digital Humanities provides services including text mining, data visualizations, digital archives and editions, and sound studies.

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LabArchives 

LabArchives allows for the ability to manage information in the cloud and offers secure collaboration for research groups.

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