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The Exploratorium and CENIC

The Exploratorium was the first cultural organization to join CENIC, and their connection to CalREN has supported remarkable programming and powered scientific discovery.

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Cybersecurity: New Directions for Research and Education Networks

A panel of national experts in online security was convened during CENIC’s 2017 annual conference focused on sorting through the various models of securing what was widely recognized as “insecurable” by those in attendance.

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Rivers in the Sky: How PRP Enables Scientists to Predict Extreme Weather

What would it take for weather forecasters to be able to predict seasonal climate effects — such as the extreme drought followed by the extreme floods experienced in the American West over the past few years?

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Strengthening Education, Cultural Preservation, and Healthcare in the Pacific Islands using Research

The indigenous peoples of the Pacific Islands were perhaps the world’s first “space explorers,” who set off on large canoes to seek out and discover the islands of the great Pacific Ocean more than 7,000 years ago. David Lassner presented a strategic direction for computer networking from the perspective of the Pacific Islands.

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The Power of Human Networks to Fuel Global Research and Education

The pursuit of knowledge is a global activity fueled by human curiosity and enabled by high-capacity broadband R&E networks.

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Pacific Wave and CENIC

Pacific Wave continues to be one of CENIC’s major international initiatives, operated in partnership with the Pacific Northwest Gigapop. Undertaken as a part of an effort to improve service to CENIC members, Pacific Wave makes possible improved high-performance connectivity between CalREN and 29 Asia Pacific countries.

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