With our help, NIH has a secure, reliable, and fast way to share large amounts of information; access to robust computing resources for analyzing data; and the ability to share data and collaborate.
NIH’s supercomputer Biowulf provides investigators with a world-class, high-performance computing (HPC) environment for advancing biomedical science and enabling innovations in scientific research.
The Science and Technology Research Infrastructure for Discovery, Experimentation, and Sustainability (STRIDES) Initiative addresses the problems of data storage and accessibility by harnessing the power of the commercial cloud in support of biomedical research.
Move, sync, and share large amounts of data within NIH and with other institutions using Globus.
Access tools for genomics, molecular and structural biology, mathematical analysis, image analysis, and other research areas through HPCSciware and HPCweb.
Science DMZ is a scientific network “fast lane” that prioritizes and increases the speed of sending science data sets at NIH with added layers of security.