Humankind needs answers in order to evolve. Today, our pursuit of those answers through research is crucial to advancing all industries. Research is the gateway to exploration, discovery, and problem-solving. With Oracle Cloud, research institutions can accelerate research cycles, creating innovative solutions that lead to transformation.
Oracle delivers the technology that allows you to build, integrate, migrate, deploy, secure, and manage cloud, mobile, and web applications for research.
Oracle has supported the research community for more than a quarter century. Advances in the cloud deployment of high performance computing and advanced analytics solutions—along with innovative technologies such as big data, Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and machine learning—have radically changed what is possible in data-driven research.
Oracle supports researchers, scientists and university-associated innovations with free access to high performance computing, autonomous database, and more.
Oracle Labs researchers look for novel approaches and methodologies, often taking on projects with high risk or uncertainty, or that are difficult to tackle.
The External Research Office invests in research collaborations between university researchers and engineers/researchers.
The Mythics NET+ Oracle Cloud Services agreement makes it easier than ever for researchers to utilize high-performance cloud technologies with cost-effective pricing and on-demand support.Learn how your institution can benefit
Oracle is listed in the GÉANT Cloud Catalogue with a specific Educational Quotation offer. This enables all GÉANT members and their connected research and education institutions to purchase cloud services with approved, validated, and uniform terms and conditions.Discover more
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We safely and reliably store enormous amounts of research data at Kyoto University with Oracle Content and Experience Cloud. In addition to maintaining research fairness, we strongly support researchers by promoting collaboration through data.Takaaki Aoki, PhD, Associate Professor, Institute for Information Management and Communication, Kyoto University