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HUBzero® is a platform for creating web sites that support scientific research, education, and collaboration. Released as open source during HUBbub 2010 and a new version being released this year at HUBbub 2011, the HUBzero® Platform is the basis of nanoHUB.org and 25 other sites, delivering hundreds of scientific tools and seminars to more than 450,000 visitors each year. HUBzero is supported by a consortium of universities including Purdue, Indiana, Clemson, and Wisconsin.

The morning speakers at HUBbub 2011 include plenary speakers discussing the future of cyberinfrastructure and research at public universities and tech talk discussions on HUBzero’s new functionality and ways to enhance your hub.

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  1. Research Support at Purdue University

    08 Apr 2011 | Seminars

    This presentation forms part of the morning sessions at HUBbub 2011. These sessions covered topics ranging from plenary speakers discussing the future of cyberinfrastructure and research at public universities and tech talk discussions on HUBzero's new functionality and ways to enhance your hub.

  2. Applications for Interactive Behavior Exploration

    08 Apr 2011 | Seminars | Contributor(s): Michael Zentner, Nathan Travis Denny, Gerhard Klimeck, George B. Adams III

    Authors: Michael Zentner, Nathan Denny, Gerhard Klimeck, Ken Musselman, George Bunch Adams IIIIn the Spring of 2010 we became engaged with nanoHUB to help develop an understanding of the user activity on the site. After attempting several techniques for classifying user behaviors, it became...

  3. HUBzero Roadmap and Community Feedback

    07 Apr 2011 | Seminars | Contributor(s): George B. Adams III, Michael McLennan

    This presentation forms part of the morning sessions at HUBbub 2011. These sessions covered topics ranging from plenary speakers discussing the future of cyberinfrastructure and research at public universities and tech talk discussions on HUBzero's new functionality and ways to enhance your...

  4. HUBcheck - Check the Hub

    07 Apr 2011 | Seminars | Contributor(s): Derrick Kearney

    HUBcheck is a testing infrastructure developed to help identify incorrect setup and missing components of the HUBzero Platform. It supports test cases written in Tcl, Perl, and Python. In the future, other languages, like Ruby and Shell, will also be supported. Currently there are over 200...

  5. Cyberinfrastructure for Regenerative Personalized Medicine: The Vision and Challenges

    07 Apr 2011 | Seminars | Contributor(s): Sangtae Kim

    Successive waves of advances in the biological sciences: genomic, proteomics and systems biology, have brought us to an unprecedented level of understanding of multi-scale (molecular to cellular) processes in living systems. Regenerative medicine fits into this framework by connecting new...

  6. Open Notebook Science: Does Transparency Work?

    07 Apr 2011 | Seminars | Contributor(s): Jean-Claude Bradley

    This presentation will first describe Open Notebook Science, the practice of making the laboratory notebook and all associated raw data available to the public in real time. Examples of current applications in organic chemistry - solubility and chemical reactions - will be detailed. Key details...

  7. Atlas of Science: Envisioning Scholarly Data

    07 Apr 2011 | Seminars | Contributor(s): Katy Borner

    Cartographic maps have guided our explorations for centuries, allowing us to navigate the world. Science maps have the potential to guide our search for knowledge in the same way, allowing us to visualize scientific results. Science maps help us navigate, understand, and communicate the dynamic...

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