Cloud Computing
for Life Science Discoveries

Genomics analysis, drug discovery, infectious disease propagation, bio-sequencing, and many other life science applications require big compute. Leveraging Rescale’s cloud platform and its advanced collaboration and data transfer tools, scientists can access the virtually unlimited resources required to perform advanced simulations.

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Leading Cloud Computing Life Sciences Companies Benefit From Rescale

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Accelerated Development

Multiphysics simulation is a key part of modern product development Accelerate innovation and time to market with Rescale.

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Secure Workflows

With end-to-end encryption and the latest certifications, Rescale offers a secure environment for your data.

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Full HPC Management

Rescale’s ScaleX Enterprise offers full management oversight and control of HPC resources, teams and budgets.

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Featured Cloud Computing Life Sciences Customer: University of Kansas

Researchers of biotechnology at the University of Kansas with a focus on nanofluidics requires large computational resources to handle the massive amount of data needed for his nanowetting analyses. Using the open-source molecular dynamics software LAAMPS, researchers were able to:

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Reduce Runtime

Drastically reduce runtime from 4 days down to less than 12 hours

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Scalability

Receive quick technical support for simulation setup from Rescale’s anchor-expert technical team

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Efficiency

Customize HPC resources to his specific molecular simulation needs

Resources for Cloud Computing Life Sciences Professionals

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Accelerating Life Science Breakthroughs

Accelerating Life Science Breakthroughs Life Science leaders applying high performance computing (HPC) to their R&D pipelines, are exploiting theadvantages of new cloud infrastructures for their simulations. The urgency and complexity of navigatingdiscovery, production, and approval processes has pushed fixed HPC infrastructure to its limits. Now leading companies are looking for new ways to enhance their…
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University of Kansas, Life Sciences Research

This is a guest post by a Rescale customer, Eric Lee, discussing his first Rescale experience.Hello everyone! My name is Eric Lee, and I am a graduate student at the University of Kansas. At KU, my research focuses on nanofluidics, specifically nanowetting problems. Nanofluidics is the study of nanoflows in and around nanosized objects. At…
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How Cloud-Based Supercomputing Is Changing R&D – Harvard Business Review

The cloud has made the processing power of the world’s most powerful computers accessible to a wider range of companies than ever before. Instead of having to architect, engineer, and build a supercomputer, companies can now rent hours on the cloud, making it possible bring tremendous computational power to bear on R&D. But where should…