Commonwealth Computational Cloud for Data Driven Biology

The Commonwealth Computational Cloud for Data Driven Biology (C3DDB) is a computer system dedicated to supporting research that connects life science research with emerging, innovative big data analytics. Use of the C3DDB is open to groups conducting life sciences research or advanced development at academic institutions, research institutes, and companies in Massachusetts. This includes both science and engineering researchers and developers of software tools and tool chains.

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Acquisition of the C3DDB was funded by a grant from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center. The system is located at the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center, and jointly operated by the five MGHPCC Member Universities: MIT, Boston University, University of Massachusetts, Northeastern University, and Harvard University.