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What is the Research Data Storage Infrastructure (RDSI)
RDSI has developed a monthly newsletter which aims to inform stakeholders throughout the research community of progress on the RDSI project and highlight the significant strides made by all the eResearch Service Operators that work with the project.
RDSI is helping the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) to assemble datasets for modelling future climate scenarios, plant growth and water resources.
RDSI and VicNode are helping the Hoffmann lab at The University of Melbourne to provide insect genomes and population genomic data to the global research community.
The RDSI project allocated up to $9.4M of funds this month to support large collections at Nodes.
RDSI and Intersect Australia are helping the Garvan Institute of Medical Research to provide Australian genomics researchers with cost-effective whole human genome sequencing.
RDSI helps Dr Jeremy VanDerWal make climate and biodiversity models accessible
Dr Jeremy VanDerWal at the Centre for Tropical Biodiversity and Climate Change at James Cook University (JCU) creates models to study how climate change will affect bird and animal populations in Australia and around the world.
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