ANU pioneers the next generation by moving to the cloud
At Australian National University researchers in the of The John Curtin School of Medical Research use Microsoft Azure to conduct studies using genome-scale data. This groundbreaking work has shown how cloud computing can be harnessed to tackle genome analysis, simulations, and visualizations, potentially opening the door for widespread clinical application.
Flood prediction and response with Cortana and Azure
The University of Texas used Microsoft Azure to centralize flood data in the cloud for better predictions and responses. The result was a groundbreaking prototype for a national flood data-modeling and mapping with the potential to provide life- and cost-saving information to the public.