Gateways help solve the mysteries of the universe. For example, Galaxy Zoo enlisted non-scientists to help categorize astronomical images, whereas LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory) captures signals from distant universes. (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)

Active Projects

  Project Name Project Description Services PI Name & Institution
  Chem Compute Helping to scale up a chemistry education gateway Extended Developer Support Mark Perri, Sonoma State University
COSMIC Logo COSMIC^2: Cryo-EM Open Source Multiplatform Infrastructure for Cloud Computing  Helping extend the SDSC Workbench framework to support large Cryo-EM data sets Extended Developer Support Michael Cianfrocco, University of Michigan
  USD Science Gateway Developing a campus cluster-centric gateway with University of South Dakota Extended Developer Support

Doug Jennewein, University of South Dakota

Enigma Logo ENIGMA Bipolar Disorder Brain Age Project Metadata management and sharing for bipolar disorder Extended Developer Support Lisa T. Eyler, University of California, San Diego
QUBES logo QUBES (Quantitative Undergraduate Biology Education and Synthesis)  Web interface and user experience design for quantitative biology education Extended Developer Support, Incubator (Usability) M. Drew LaMar, College of William and Mary
citsci logo  CitSci.org  Working to improve efficiency of diverse queries required by a broad range of citizen science user communities Extended Developer Support Greg Newman, Colorado State University
aquavit-logo  Aquavit  Using modeling and sharing for water management Extended Developer Support Jack Smith, Marshall University
PlantingScience Student teams doing real science with scientist mentors from around the world Incubator (Usability) Catrina Adams, Botanical Society of America