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)
SGCI service area diagram

We can work with gateways at any stage of their lifecycle: a new idea, a proposal seeking funding, a gateway under construction, or an established gateway. 

If you’re ready to get help from one of our consultants, fill out our Consulting Services Request Form.

If you’re writing a proposal and want to include our services in your proposal, request a letter of collaboration.

If you're just getting started and need server space for hosting your gateway, request access to our hosting service.

How to cite SGCI in publications

All clients are also encouraged to cite the SGCI in publications that result from the consultation using the following reference:

Lawrence, Katherine A., Michael Zentner, Nancy Wilkins‐Diehr, Julie A. Wernert, Marlon Pierce, Suresh Marru, and Scott Michael. "Science gateways today and tomorrow: positive perspectives of nearly 5000 members of the research community," Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 27, No. 16 (2015): 4252-4268.