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The ongoing novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak has demonstrated the importance of sharing data in a timely manner to implement infection control and prevention measures. China has made the genetic sequen...


ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor Identifier) provides a researcher with a unique and persistent digital identifier (an ORCID iD) that distinguishes individual researchers from other researchers and en...

Over the next year, a new network of phenology monitoring cameras—or phenocams—will be installed at 12 of TERN’s ecosystem observation SuperSites.

The Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) along with the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) and AuScope were the first Australian organisations to support the international Enabling FAIR Data project,...

Galaxy Australia won three trophies at the Australian Information Industry Association’s (AIIA) Queensland state iAwards on Tuesday, 4 June, including the top prize, the Queensland Premier's iAward for Public Sec...

A comprehensive and engaging review of how the past decade of Australian Government research infrastructure investment has transformed our understanding of the environment.

NCRIS infrastructure and data are being used to develop new tools to model and predict the occurrence of dust storms to better manage their risks.

The world-leading data produced by Digital Earth Australia will become even more accessible thanks to the new GSKY data service and software created by NCI.

Geoscience Australia’s Digital Earth Australia will prov...

NCI would like to congratulate long-time user and artist Dr Erica Seccombe for winning the 2018 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize.

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