CyVerse.org provides a platform for researchers studying plant diversity and has helped undergraduate biology students complete their honors theses examining factors affecting root growth. (Credit: Cowpea Diversity panel by James Burridge at URBC, South Africa, 2013)

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The stories featured on this page help illustrate the impact that SGCI has had on the science gateways community and, more broadly, the impact of our services and resources on science and engineering research and education. These success stories highlight the results of the work that we've completed one-on-one with clients and showcase the outcomes and accomplishments that result from the multiple opportunities we offer for learning and exchange.

Geoweaver: From Incubator Project to a Broader Audience Scope

Geoweaver is a science gateway designed to manage artificial-intelligence/machine-learning (AI/ML) research in Earth science. Find out how working with SGCI helped to inspire and shape an idea for the gateway to move beyond its initial phase of supporting agriculture-mapping workflows to one that allows researchers to compose and execute full-stack, deep-learning workflows.

Gateways 2020 Conference - A Virtual Experience with Real Interactions

The annual Gateways conference is the perfect venue for gateway creators and enthusiasts to come together, learn from each other, and exchange ideas. This year, more than 221 participants gathered virtually, from October 12–23.

2020 Summer Internship Reports: Anthony Stefan

Each year, our Workforce Development team offers summer internships for students interested in developing their gateway development skills. Interns are placed at one of several SGCI partner sites. This post features SGCI summer intern Anthony Stefan, a student at the Florida Institute of Technology.

2020 Summer Internship Reports: Soumya Purohit

Each year, our Workforce Development team offers summer internships for students interested in developing their gateway development skills. Interns are placed at one of several SGCI partner sites. This post features SGCI summer intern Soumya Purohit, a University of Missouri-Columbia.

2020 Summer Internship Reports: Hang Jin

Each year, our Workforce Development team offers summer internships for students interested in developing their gateway development skills. Interns are placed at one of several SGCI partner sites. This post features SGCI summer intern Hang Jin, a Ph.D. student at George Washington University.

2020 Summer Internship Reports: Tony Guy

Each year, our Workforce Development team offers summer internships for students interested in developing their gateway development skills. Interns are placed at one of several SGCI partner sites. This post features SGCI summer intern Tony Guy, a sophomore at Elizabeth City State University (ECSU).

2020 Summer Internship Reports: William Clark

Each year, our Workforce Development team offers summer internships for students interested in developing their gateway development skills. Interns are placed at one of several SGCI partner sites. This post features SGCI summer intern William Clark, a student at Dixie State University.

2020 Summer Internship Reports: Pablo Calix

Each year, our Workforce Development team offers summer internships for students interested in developing their gateway development skills. Interns are placed at one of several SGCI partner sites. This post features SGCI summer intern Pablo Calix, a student at College of Lake County.

2020 Summer Internship Reports: Matthew Casertano

Each year, our Workforce Development team offers summer internships for students interested in developing their gateway development skills. Interns are placed at one of several SGCI partner sites. This post features SGCI summer intern Matthew Casertano, a rising junior from Montgomery Blair High School.

Hack@PEARC20 Participants Solved Real Challenges

The HackHPC@PEARC20 was a 53-hour event where up-and-coming programmers both applied and honed their skills while addressing real-world problems connected to multiple science gateways.