Tag Archive: UC Berkeley

California’s Research Network Connects Science and Community

Louis Fox, CENIC CEO

By Susan Rambo. CENIC — the Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California — wants to connect the state of California into one giant wireless mesh network. With 20 million users, non-profit network operator CENIC (pronounced “scenic”) may be in a good position…
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UC IT Project Managers Create a Systemwide Community

Egghead statue at UC Davis

By Savannah Gray.  Fun sessions that bring people together at the annual UC Computing Services Conference (UCCSC) are the “birds of a feather” meetings. Separate from the formal agenda of events, these are organized by different communities of interest as…
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Pioneering Data Science Tool — Jupyter — Receives Top Software Prize

Fernando Pérez and Brian Granger discuss the architecture of Project Jupyter.

By Robert Sanders. You may not have heard of Jupyter Notebooks, but they’re taking the data science world by storm and becoming the go-to tool for sharing and improving computer code, documents, data visualizations and more.

Students in UC Berkeley’s fastest-growing…
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Helping Scientists Understand Research Cyber Risks

By Sean Peisert, Karen Stocks, and Von Welch.  Cyber attacks don’t just hit big corporations or governments or hospitals. Anything connected to networks is vulnerable, and that includes research and open science.

In general, scientists who use computers and other…
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