Seventh Joint Sheffield Conference on Cheminformatics, Sheffield, UK George Papadatos (European Bioinformatics Institute) gave a presentation: Mining compounds, targets and indications from the patent corpus with SureChEMBL and Open PHACTS
Seventh Joint Sheffield Conference on Cheminformatics, Sheffield, UK George Papadatos (European Bioinformatics Institute) View presentation
EMBL-EBI Industry Programme Workshop: Molecular Informatics Open Source Software (MIOSS) workshop, Cambridgeshire, UK Nick Lynch (Open PHACTS Foundation) View presentation
EMBL-EBI Industry Programme Workshop: Molecular Informatics Open Source Software (MIOSS) workshop, Cambridgeshire, UK Nick Lynch (Open PHACTS Foundation) gave a presentation: Open PHACTS – experience of sustainability
George Papadatos (EMBL-EBI) gives an overview of the SureChEMBL data integration with the Open PHACTS Discovery Platform, focussing on practical details of use cases and business questions that can be answered with the combination of the Open PHACTS API and workflow tools. Watch webinar video | View webinar slides
KNIME Spring Summit 2016, Berlin, Germany George Papadatos (EMBL-EBI) View presentation
KNIME Spring Summit 2016, Berlin, Germany Daniela Digles (University of Vienna) presented Creating workflows for drug-discovery with Open PHACTS and KNIME, and George Papadatos (EMBL-EBI) presented Leveraging Open Chemogenomics Data and Tools with KNIME
SWAT4LS International Conference 2015, Cambridge, UK Anna Gaulton (European Bioinformatics Institute) presented a poster: Semantic-Web Access to Patent Annotations Alasdair Gray (Heriot-Watt University) gave a presentation: Validata: An online tool for testing RDF data conformance Ryan Miller (Maastricht University) presented a poster: Where do you go from here? Semantics of directions in biological pathways Núria Queralt-Rosinach (IMIM) gave a Read more about Conference: SWAT4LS 2015[…]
Biological patent annotations are now displayed on the SureChEMBL interface. In collaboration with Open PHACTS and SciBite, the EBI have implemented a mechanism to allow users to highlight biological entities (such as genes and diseases) within SureChEMBL patent documents. For more information see the SureChEMBL blog. This is a first step towards full integration of patent information into the Read more about Biological annotations in SureChEMBL[…]
ISWC 2014, The 13th International Semantic Web Conference, Trentino, Italy Simon Jupp (European Bioinformatics Institute) View presentation
SureChEMBL planning meeting at EBI (Cambridgeshire, UK)
10th ICCS, International Conference on Chemical Structures, Noordwijkerhout, the Netherlands Anna Gaulton (European Bioinformatics Institute) View presentation
The Joint Declaration of Data Citation Principles is the culmination of work by the Data Citation Synthesis Group of Force11, made up of a range of organisations including Creative Commons, the EBI and CERN. Open PHACTS endorses this set of principles which encourages data to be cited as an important part of the research lifecycle.
A major new source of open patent chemistry is now available, thanks to the collaboration between Digital Science and the EBI ChEMBL group. We are discussing how this data might be integrated with Open PHACTS and look forward to developing use cases in 2014.
EMBL-EBI Industry Programme Workshop: Computational Tools for Chemical Biology, Phenotypic Screening and Target De-convolution, Cambridgeshire, UK Bryn Williams-Jones (Connected Discovery) represented Open PHACTS
EMBL-EBI Industry Programme Workshop: Data integration and its application, Cambridgeshire, UK Lee Harland (Connected Discovery) gave a presentation: Real-World Open PHACTS Use Cases
diXa Training Course: Chemical and Biological resources for Toxicology and Toxicogenomics, Cambridgeshire, UK Anna Gaulton (European Bioinformatics Institute) View presentation
diXa Training Course: Chemical and Biological resources for Toxicology and Toxicogenomics, Cambridgeshire, UK Anna Gaulton (European Bioinformatics Institute) gave a presentation: Open PHACTS: An Introduction
The ChEMBL database is one of the most important sources of open drug discovery data and is a key part of linked data in the biomedical domain. Last week members of the Open PHACTS team, which includes the ChEMBL group, met at the EBI in Cambridge for a 2 day workshop to discuss the next Read more about ChEMBL RDF Workshop held[…]
(PDF) The Open PHACTS consortium is pleased to announce that ConnectedDiscovery, the European Bioinformatics Institute, Janssen, the Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre, and the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics have joined the project as new consortium members.
The addition of these partners – bringing together respected drug discovery and bioinformatics expertise from academic institutions, a small start-up, and an EFPIA company – demonstrates the progress and promise of this project as it nears its halfway point.