eResearch @ Flinders

eResearch is defined as the use of advanced information and communications technologies for research and includes tools to support collaboration, data management and analysis, high performance computing and visualisation/haptics.

Flinders researchers already use many eResearch tools. This site aims to bring together information about eResearch at Flinders. Use the links to the left to find out more or email eResearch@flinders.edu.au

eResearch@Flinders

  • Researchers interested in ecology, biodiversity and climate change will now have access to an online portal that simplifies the process of biodiversity and climate-change modelling. The Biodiversity and Climate Change Virtual Laboratory (BCCVL) allows researchers to project future outcomes using emission scenarios and climate models by combining common experiment types, datasets and processing power, all […]
  • The ABS/Universities Australia agreement allows researchers from our university to apply for access to various confidentialised datasets. Over the last six months a number of new datasets has been released by the ABS. A sample of these have been listed below: Census of Motor Vehicles, 2014 Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Survey, 2012-13 […]
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  • The Genomics Virtual Laboratory (GVL) funded through NeCTAR, is taking the information technology out of bioinformatics, providing biologists with easy access to a suite of genomics tools and resources.

  • endoVL logoendoVL, the endocrine genomics virtual laboratory funded through NeCTAR, is helping endocrinologists gain statistical power to improve clinical research into endocrine disorders.

    Endocrine disorders include diabetes, thyroid disorders, and severe obesity, in addition to more rare conditions such as adrenal tumours and disorders of sex development.

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