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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.

Keep up to date with the ReDS programme progress with this short overview.
Topics include: RDSI Board Allocation Process, Interim Allocations and Three Routes to storage Allocation.

The Catlin Global Reef Record is making ocean change visible to everyone, creating a global survey of coral reefs using 360˚ imagery.

Professor Michael Bull, a behavioural ecologist at Flinders University, works to understand the social interaction and movement patterns of sleepy lizards in order to provide insights into parasite and disease transmission.

Professor David Adelson, head of Bioinformatics at the University of Adelaide, and Professor Hamish Scott, head of the Centre for Cancer Biology, and their team are analysing DNA sequences of tumours with the aim of identifying which chemical is likely to be most effective against a particular cancer.

reX Sprint 2 Demo recorded through Zoom Video Conferencing.

Join Prof Anthony Williams, Assoc Prof Martin Sevior and Kim Olsson discussing how RDSI is helping particle physicists with data storage requirements.

The nearly 100 particle physicists at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Particle Physics at the Terascale (CoEPP) in Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide, are working with collaborators around the globe to understand what the universe is made of and how it started.

Join Dr Tom Caradoc-Davis and Steve Androulakis speaking about the world's first Synchrotron data store.
The Australian Synchrotron's new Store.Synchrotron facility is a world-first storage, sharing, and reuse environment for synchrotron experiment data. Currently hosted at Monash University, Store.Synchrotron has been allocated storage on VicNode, the RDSI Node operated by the University of Melbourne and Monash University.

DaShNet is now in production at the Intersect RDSI funded Node. This represents an important milestone for the RDSI Project and for researchers using data on RDSI Nodes.