Previously, biology and internet connectivity occupied completely different spaces of an academic environment. But in a modern age, this is no longer the case. By utilizing technology, life scientists can complete exponentially more experiments at higher levels than ever imaged. At Oklahoma State University (OSU), researchers are leveraging robust OneNet connectivity to maximize genome sequencing research.
Across the state of Oklahoma, more than 100 institutions enjoy access to state of the art supercomputing resources. This is the face of modern research, and The Oklahoma Cyberinfrastructure Initiative (OneOCII) is enabling Oklahomans to pursue these high volume projects without limitations.