Our facility, located in the Timken Natural Sciences Center, more than doubled the computing power on campus. The large lab is equipped with high-end Windows computers that work in conjuction with a Linux-based server farm, which has access to over two terabytes of data storage. We employ LSF, a program that allows multiple computers to work together fluidly to solve extremely large, compute intensive problems.
Amira, our state-of-the-art software uses novel, robust reconstruction algorithms that enable 3-D images of biological structures from molecules to organs.
"Walsh University has one of the best bioinformatics labs in the country."
- Warren Lathe III, Open Helix, a pioneer in the field of bioinformatics training and technology.