More than 140 Australian scientists from all states make use of Galaxy-qld on a daily basis.
Galaxy-qld is a free, public resource tuned to run simultaneously big genomic high performance computing jobs.
The Galaxy-qld server has been acknowledged in a soon-to-be-published paper from James Cook University (‘Effect of CH4/O2 ratio on fatty acid profile and polyhydroxybutyrate content in a heterotrophic–methanotrophic consortium’, Chemosphere, Vol. 141 (December 2015), pp. 235-242, doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2015.07.054, by Obulisamy P. Karthikeyan, Karthigeyan Chidambarampadmavathy, Saravanan Nadarajan, Patrick K. H. Lee, Kirsten Heimann.)
The Genomics Virtual Lab, alongside NeCTAR, was also acknowledged in a Nature Genetics paper published by Cas Simons et al. (‘Mutations in the voltage-gated potassium channel gene KCNH1 cause Temple-Baraitser syndrome and epilepsy’, Nature Genetics, Vol. 47, No. 1. (24 November 2014), pp. 73-77, doi:10.1038/ng.3153, by Cas Simons, Lachlan D. Rash, Joanna Crawford, et al.)
For other acknowledgements of GVL see the Citeulike library.