NBIS Support for Computational Resources (SCoRe)

The Support for Computational Resources unit works to improve the productivity of life science researchers using nationally available compute and storage resources, especially the NAISS-funded systems at UPPMAX (Uppsala Multidisciplinary Center for Advanced Computational Science), which is Uppsala University’s resource for high-performance computing and related know-how.

By providing a ready environment for life science data analysis on powerful compute resources, SCoRe makes these resources more accessible to a wider range of researchers. Our goal is that all scientists that could benefit from large-scale compute and storage systems can do so with minimal effort and maximum scientific output.

SCoRe ensures the life science community’s needs for support and training on national e-infrastructures for compute and storage. We build and maintain a nationally available computational environment for bioinformatics, pushing the envelope on usability.

Our staff: