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The SGCI serves the science gateway community.

We provide NSF-funded, online and in-person resources and services. Our goal is to facilitate the sharing of experiences, technologies, and practices of those working with science gateways. Read success stories about how we've supported gateway development and our community of gateway creators, users, and students.
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What is a Gateway? What is a Gateway?

Science gateways allow science & engineering communities to access shared data, software, computing services, instruments, educational materials, and other resources specific to their disciplines. Read more on Wikipedia.

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Virtual Focus Week Provides Researchers With Tools for Gateway Sustainability

We offered the first virtual Focus Week in December 2020 and saw great participation for the totally free experience that was presented in bite-size chunks over the course of two weeks. The success of the first led to our decision to offer one more virtual version of Focus Week before we go back to business as usual and meet in person again in 2022. Read all about it!



SGCI Tech Blogs

Tech Blogs are written by SGCI experts and offer a variety of resources for gateway builders and developers. It's likely that, from reading these posts, you'll have what you need to incorporate these technologies on your own, but we're here to help if you ever need it.


Gateways in the News


Leading Neuroscientist and Past Focus Week Participant Relies on XSEDE Resources for Platform

As an expert in vision science, neuroinformatics, brain imaging, computational neuroscience, and data science, Franco Pestilli's research has advanced the understanding of human cognition and brain networks over the last 15 years. Pestilli participated in Gateway Focus Week in 2019 to help grow his platform. 

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Article Discussing FAIR Principles Includes SGCI Client Hydroshare

Hydrology researchers throughout the U.S. recently teamed to publish their study entitled "Toward Open and Reproducible Environmental Modelling by Integrating Online Data Repositories, Computational Environments, and Model Application Programming Interfaces." Featured in the Environmental Modelling and Software journal, the article included details about SGCI client HydroShare, a web-based platform for finding and sharing water-related data.