The Singularity container system is now fully-supported on the BioHPC Nucleus cluster, workstations, and thin-clients. Singularity allows you to run applications inside containers, including software available as Docker containers.
Announcement of new features provided by BioHPC.
We have 12 new GPU node added to the cluster. Each node has two NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU cards. These nodes (Nucleus 162-173) are in a new GPUv1 partition, since they have improved specification than the previous 8 Tesla K20/K40 GPUs.
With GitLab Pages you can create static websites for your BioHPC Git projects, groups, or user accounts. You can use any static website generator to organize your webpage.
A new software and web service is developed at BioHPC to help users to submit jobs to make efficient use of the computing resource.
You can now chat to BioHPC staff and other users live online via Microsoft Teams
Conda is the package manager for the Anaconda Python environment - but with BioConda and Coda Forge you can install a lot more than just Python packages
Singularity on BioHPC allows you to run containers, including imports from docker.
After upgrades to our lamella and cloud services it's now easy to use custom tracks with the UCSC genome browser.
Ingenuity IPA is now available to access via winDCV web visualization sessions
32 new nodes have been added to the Nucleus cluster, in the 256GBv1 partition.