A cross-section of rock showing the ice-like gas hydrate embedded within it.

Exploring potential for new energy resources

"I am grateful to the NeSI team for assisting with the compilation of the TOUGH+HYDRATE code for this research."
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Horizon view of the ocean with the sun setting in the background

Computing Ocean Flow

"Nemoflux allows new users, unfamiliar with the specific model grid, to dive into model data and tackle their real world science questions."
Image similar to an x-ray showing the synapse networks of the brain.

Using automation to enable faster collection and analysis of MRI data

"The automated data transfer with scheduling and destination setting functions allowed us to send large data out to multiple depositories, allowing streamlined image analysis."
A screenshot of NIWA researcher Neelesh Rampal's deep learning model.

Using deep learning models to improve climate change projections

"The advantage of learning how to create workflows on the NeSI HPC platform, is that we could create reproducible science which enables better collaboration amongst scientists."
Group photo of the Genomics and System Biology lab in the Liggins Institute at the University of Auckland.

3D genome modelling for complex diseases

“Analysing this type of data is very computationally heavy. Last week I analysed seven new data sets in two days. Now we have additional 3D structured genome data sets from different tissues and cell types. It is amazing.”
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A map of the Earth

Automatic detection of slow slip earthquake events

"I wouldn’t have been able to conduct such large-scale simulations without the help of NeSI support."
3D visualisation of a salivary gland

Using 3D models to improve health outcomes

"We could not have undertaken work of this complexity and scale without support from the NeSI Consultancy team."
A close up view of a New Zealand green-lipped mussel.

Predicting patterns among kaimoana species

"I wouldn’t have been able to operate at the scale I am now without NeSI's help."
Satellite image of the Alpine Garden landslide in Fox Glacier/Te Moeka o Tūawe valley.

Modern mapping that detects and monitors landscape changes

“To compare and process these images, we need a large amount of processing power and memory."