Welcome to the SBGrid ARC Wiki

This site provides information on the services provided by the SBGrid Advanced Research Computing Group (ARC) at Harvard Medical School. The SBGrid ARC provides Research Computing Systems support to SBGrid ARC Member Labs.

If you are a part of a SBGrid ARC Lab, please follow the links on the right sidebar for information regarding the support, services, and systems we support for your lab. Please email us at help@sbgrid.org with any questions and we will do our best to assist you, or find someone who can.

The Structural Biology Grid at Harvard Medical School (SBGrid) is a computing collaboration of more than 250 X-ray crystallography, NMR, and electron microscopy laboratories. We support over 100 academic institutions in 23 countries around the world. SBGrid is led by Professor Piotr Sliz and divided into two groups: ARC and Consortium

SBGrid ARC (you are here)

  • Designs research computing infrastructure and offers workstation and server hardware purchase recommendations.
  • Configures, maintains, and supports SBGrid ARC member workstations and servers.
  • Offers data and network security advice and audits

SBGrid Consortium

  • Specialized support for a large collection of structural biology software.
  • Unified computing environment for all members.
  • First tier support for software bugs and application recommendations.

See the SBGrid Website



Frequently Answered Questions

Working Remotely

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Software & Linux/Mac/UNIX

Research Infrastructure