National Genomics Data Center

The National Genomics Data Center advances life & health sciences by providing open access to a suite of resources, with the aim to translate big data into big discoveries and support worldwide activities in both academia and industry.

e.g., PRJCA000126; SAMC000385; tp53; EGFR; human; KaKs_Calculator; GenBank

Popular Resources

GSA

Genome Sequence Archive

GVM

Genome Variation Map

GWH

Genome Warehouse

MethBank

Methylation Bank

BioProject

Biological Project Library

BioSample

Biological Sample Library

Database Commons

Biological Database Catalog

eGPS Cloud

Cloud platform

See the list of all database resources

Featured Resources

Human Genomics

Biodiversity Databases

Knowledge Associations

BHBD

The BHBD is a non-profit,non-governmental organization for promoting biodiversity and health big data sharing in the world, under the framework of "Open Biodiversity and Health Big Data Initiative" by the International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS).

 Infrastructure

The National Genomics Data Center (formerly the BIG Data Center) frequently upgrades infrastructure capabilities, currently with 1 Gbps network bandwidth, 6800 computing cores, 150 TFlops computing resources and nearly 12 PB storage resources. It provides data storage, computing and sharing services in support of research activities throughout the country. Currently, it has provided services for a total of 79 institutions, having more than 600 active online users per day and involving more than 60 research projects of National Key Research & Development Program, National Natural Science Foundation of China, CAS Strategic Priority Research Program, etc.


6800
Cores

150
TFlops

12 PB
Storage

1 Gb
Network