Conference: NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013, Venice Lido, Italy Antony Williams (Royal Society of Chemistry) gave a presentation: Facilitating Scientific Discovery through Crowdsourcing and Distributed Participation Christine Chichester (Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics) gave a presentation: Mobile semantic technologies using Open PHACTS

Press Release: Five new partners join Open PHACTS

(PDFThe 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.

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1st Open PHACTS Community Workshop

 

Solving Bottlenecks in Data Sharing in the Life Sciences (Volendam, the Netherlands)

Co-hosted with GEN2PHEN as a project addressing similar issues around data sharing

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