Carnegie Mellon University Cloud LabWelcome to the future of research
Bring your research to the next level. Based on a concept pioneered by two CMU alumni, their company Emerald Cloud Lab (ECL) is the world’s first Academic Cloud Lab that allows you to remotely control a complete life sciences laboratory from your computer.
To learn more about the future of research, register for the Cloud Lab Introduction sessions. They will allow you to understand how the Cloud Lab operates. Then, you will be ready to take the full Cloud Lab training, enabling active use of the Cloud Lab platform. More Information on Demonstration Introduction Sessions »
Upon completing all three initial sessions, users will be invited to register for different trainings and courses. These training sessions will allow you to understand how to design, command, run, explore, analyze and share your data using the Cloud Lab platform and the Open Science tools. More Information on Training »
Get the Cloud Lab and the Open Science certifications! At the end of the training or courses, you will receive a certification to unlock your access to the ECL Cloud Lab platform and the Open Science tools.
If you’ve finished the demonstration and training sessions and are interested in knowing more about Certification, please fill out the Contact Form.
You are now ready for your first experiment using the Cloud Lab. Prepare your protocols using the ECL Command Center software, remotely execute a wide array of experiment types in ECL state of the art facilities, and finally explore and analyze your data, using powerful functions for data visualization, analysis, and simulation. Even scientific figures can be exported, shared, or published on the web.
If you’ve finished the demonstration, training, and certification sessions and are interested in knowing more about Experiment sessions, please fill out the Contact Form.
Unlock the full potential of your research by combining the power of the Cloud Lab and Open Science. Use tools such as KiltHub Repository, LabArchives and Protocols.io for a more supporting, collaborative, transparent, openly accessible, and reproducible research across all disciplines at Carnegie Mellon University and open your research to the world.
If you’ve finished the demonstration, training, certification and experiment sessions and are interested in knowing more about Share sessions, please fill out the Contact Form.