This October the UNH Research Computing Center hosted the third annual UNHCEMS® Users’ Meeting for site administrators and Environmental Health & Safety professionals. UNHCEMS® is an online barcode-based system that records and manages information about the quantity, location, and properties of chemical stock, biological agents, radioactive materials, and hazardous waste across an entire...
Often, grant preparers bundle IT expenses into their overhead budgets. As technology plays an increasing role in the speed and reach of the work, it’s important to take a closer look at potential IT needs.
Are you asking the following questions as you prepare your grant proposal?
Data Management Plans
What are the funding agency’s specific data management requirements?
In what format will your...
From Monday, July 25th through Wednesday, July 27th RCC represented UNHCEMS® at the 2016 Campus Safety, Health and Environmental Management Association (CSHEMA) annual conference. UNHCEMS® lead developer Philip Collins and Allan Wright were able to demonstrate the upcoming version and new features of UNHCEMS® for existing and potential users.
UNHCEMS® is a chemical environmental management...
Work was recently completed on the installation of a clean agent fire suppression system in the Lenharth Data Center (LDC). The new system replaces a water-based solution that was not ideal for an environment populated with hundreds of servers that could be easily harmed by water.
The Ansul Sapphire Clean Agent system suppresses fire without damaging people or electronics. According to Ansul’...
On May 23, 2016, the Council for Big Data, Ethics, and Society issued a comprehensive white paper entitled, Perspectives on Big Data, Ethics, and Society. This white paper is the result of two years of meetings and discussions about the ethical, social, legal, and policy challenges associated with the rise of big data, and resultant research and initiatives.
Recent research projects in the news...