Monash TARDIS transports data through time

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Description

A revolutionary online data management program developed by Monash researchers is being used by scientists at the Australian Synchrotron and exported to institutions around the world.

Developed by biochemist Associate Professor Ashley Buckle and software engineer Steve Androulakis, the MyTARDIS/TARDIS program gives researchers a place where they can securely store research information and provides them with the opportunity to share the most complex of scientific data via the internet.

Period28 Apr 2010

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  • TitleMonash TARDIS transports data through time
    CountryAustralia
    Date28/04/10
    DescriptionA revolutionary online data management program developed by Monash researchers is being used by scientists at the Australian Synchrotron and exported to institutions around the world.

    Developed by biochemist Associate Professor Ashley Buckle and software engineer Steve Androulakis, the MyTARDIS/TARDIS program gives researchers a place where they can securely store research information and provides them with the opportunity to share the most complex of scientific data via the internet.
    URLadm.monash.edu/records-archives/archives/memo-archive/2004-2007/assets/includes/content/20100428/stories-uni-news3.html
    PersonsAshley Buckle

Keywords

  • TARDIS
  • X-ray crystallography
  • Protein Structure
  • Synchrotron