The HPC team noticed a steady increase in the demand for GPUs in the High Performance Compute facility, which can be used for GPU computing or visualization tasks. To cater to this need, we have recently acquired two additional nodes that both carry two NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs. If you are
We are very proud that two of Utrecht’s most prominent Life Science researchers have been awarded a Spinoza prize. We of course would first like to take this opportunity to congratulate Albert Heck and Alexander van Oudenaarden. We would also like to take the opportunity to highlight the importance of
Bas E. Dutilh, bioinformatician at Utrecht Bioinformatics Center in Utrecht will participate in this discussion. His research focuses on bacteria-eating virusses in our intestines and their influence on our health. Ed Kuijper, professor medical microbiology at LUMC, will also join the discussion. His research focuses on possibilities of feces transplantation in the case
Four UBC members participate in the Breaking Science competition and have a shot at winning 1500,00. Come and support them while pitching their bioinformatics research on Monday 20 March in Café Hoffmann (Janskerkhof, Utrecht). What is Breaking Science? Increasingly, researchers are asked to explain their research in a (very) short timeframe and
The Utrecht Bioinformatics Cluster brings together our strong bioinformatics community by organising and promoting strong interactions between the different groups. Together we are the foundation on which the life science research is build enabling better, more efficient and excellent in depth research.