A webinar on how researchers can tap the capabilities of the Advanced Photon Source when applying to the EMSL-JGI FICUS call for proposals.
Letters of Intent are due April 18, 2024 for our annual Community Science Program (CSP) proposal call!
Each year the JGI looks for novel research projects — aligned with DOE missions and from PIs who have not led any previously-accepted proposals — through the New Investigator call under our Community Science Program. Here are the 21 researchers whose proposals were accepted for 2024.
Sneha Couvilion, Chris Schadt and Elizabeth “Lizzy” Wilbanks join eight other JGI users already serving on the User Executive Committee.
Congratulations to the 2023 Highly Cited Researchers from the JGI recognized for their “significant influence in their chosen field or fields through the publication of multiple highly cited papers during the last decade” by Clarivate Analytics.
This is the third and final episode of our series on a giant metagenome assembly from Wisconsin’s Lake Mendota. In the last two episodes, we’ve covered the specialized software and supercomputers behind this project. But every part of this project depends on lakewater samples — so this episode is a look at how researchers get these specialized snapshots of a freshwater ecosystem.
Join us at our April Microbial Genomics & Metagenomics (MGM) Workshop – register today!
JGI-enabled research shows eelgrass began colonizing oceans over 2.5 million years more recently than previously thought.
This series is the story of a giant metagenome assembly from Wisconsin’s Lake Mendota. In this episode: a look at the supercomputing that stitches together large datasets with the assembler program MetaHipMer2.
Oak Ridge National Lab is home to two supercomputers — Summit and Frontier — that process terabytes of data with MetaHipMer2. But nearby the JGI, a cluster called Dori is also capable of running smaller MetaHipMer assemblies — so we head there for a sense of what this supercomputing looks like.
There were 25 interns in the Summer 2023 cohort, which was the first fully in-person internship experience in several years for students and JGI researchers alike.