Since its launch in January 2013 the Open PHACTS API has received over 8 million hits, and over 260 people have registered for it! If you haven’t already, sign up for your free API key now!
Open PHACTS extends a warm welcome to our new Associated Partner e-Therapeutics. A full list of Associated Partners can be found here. Find out more about how you can get involved with Open PHACTS!
It is our pleasure to announce the official release of Target Dossier, one of the Example Applications developed within the Open PHACTS project. The Target Dossier uses the Open PHACTS Discovery Platform to answer questions of tissue expression profiles, druggability, pathways and physiological mechanisms. Drug targets can be selected and further investigated….
Over 80% of the publications from the Open PHACTS project are open access, available for anyone to read. A full list of our open access publications to date is below. 2013 On the formulation of performant SPARQL queries Scientific competency questions as the basis for semantically enriched open pharmacological space development…
The Open PHACTS API has received over 3.5 million hits since its launch in January 2013.
The recently established Open PHACTS Foundation is part of a proposal for IMI’s 9th Call: WEBAE – Leveraging Emerging Technology for Pharmacovigilance.
230 individuals have registered for Open PHACTS API keys since the API launch in January 2013. If you haven’t already, sign up for your free API key now!
The Open PHACTS Foundation is part of a proposal for IMI’s 9th Call – Leveraging Emerging Technology for Pharmacovigilance.
Open PHACTS extends a warm welcome to our new Associated Partner Heriot-Watt University. A full list of Associated Partners can be found here. Find out more about how you can get involved with Open PHACTS!
Take a look at these slides to see what is next in Open PHACTS and how you can get involved: The Future of Open PHACTS
5th Open PHACTS Community Workshop Amsterdam, the Netherlands – This event brought together an exciting mix of participants and organisations to discuss options for future involvement with the Open PHACTS Discovery Platform and our vision for the Open PHACTS Foundation. The workshop featured talks describing the recent progress of the…
The sixth Open PHACTS Steering Committee Meeting was held at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Amsterdam Centraal Station in Amsterdam on 10 October, 2013. The Steering Committee and Scientific Advisory Board were informed about the great progress the project has made since the last meeting in March and were introduced to future…
In addition to the main API and user applications, the Open PHACTS project has contributed directly to a broad range of other initiatives which we believe are important to life science research. Projects that Open PHACTS has funded or supported
We are proud to announce the launch of GARField, one of the example applications developed within Open PHACTS. GARField is an abbreviation for Graph-Activity-Relationship visualization Field and is a realisation of the Open PHACTS “Polypharmacology Browser”. It can be used to browse data in the Open PHACTS platform, with the main focus on enabling the…
Open PHACTS extends a warm welcome to our new Associated Partner SynerScope. A full list of Associated Partners can be found here. Find out more about how you can get involved with Open PHACTS!
The Open PHACTS Support Portal is now online at support.openphacts.org.
A new version (1.5) of the Open PHACTS Pipeline Pilot component collection is now available. Try out the new components
We are happy to announce that the Open PHACTS support portal is now active, including a knowledge base, a forum and a ticket system: Use the knowledge base to look up answers to frequently asked questions and search our user documentation. Use the forum to post questions and comments for…
The Open PHACTS data integration project has achieved much since 2011, and the sustainability of the service and future scientific community development are the primary subject of this meeting. To this end, the not-for-profit successor organisation for the Open PHACTS project, the Open PHACTS Foundation, has recently been established. We…
Open PHACTS extends a warm welcome to our new Associated Partner CompareNetworks. A full list of Associated Partners can be found here. Find out more about how you can get involved with Open PHACTS!
Open PHACTS extends a warm welcome to our new Associated Partner, the Translational Genomics Research Institute. A full list of Associated Partners can be found here. Find out more about how you can get involved with Open PHACTS!
The June release of the Helium for Excel Community Edition from Ceiba Solutionscontains three functions that use the Open PHACTS API. This short video shows what these functions do.
Open PHACTS has been featured in the ChEMBL blog: Open PHACTS KNIME and Pipeline Pilot Components.
The Open PHACTS project will be extended until the end of August 2014.
Paul Groth (VU University Amsterdam) presents a webinar explaining how to use the Open PHACTS API: the data, technical setup, and what can be done with it. Watch presentation video | View presentation slides
We are delighted to invite you to the workshop Managing Knowledge about Tissues, which will be held this 30–31 October 2013 in Brussels, Belgium. The workshop is jointly organised by partners on the IMI projects DDMoRe, Open PHACTS and eTox, and hosted by the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI). This event will address the…
Updates to the Open PHACTS Explorer have been implemented. Try the improved Open PHACTS Explorer and let us know what you think.
The browser-based bookmarklet developed by AQnowledge identifies significant entities in scientific text, and provides links to further information such as the corresponding entry in the Open PHACTS Explorer. More information can be found on the AQnowledge semantic knowledge navigation page.