Watch the X-omics video

X-omics
The Netherlands X-omics Initiative aims to radically improve technological approaches to study biomolecules. This will help researchers understand the fundamentals of life, which is crucial to unravel mechanisms of health and disease. NWO recently allocated EUR 17 M of Roadmap funding to the initiative. Watch the video to learn more:

Seventeen million euros for Netherlands X-omics Initiative

X-omics
The Netherlands X-omics Initiative has received 17 million euros from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). The funding is part of the National Roadmap for Large-Scale Research Facilities. The X-omics initiative aims to radically improve technological approaches to study biomolecules such as DNA, RNA, proteins, and metabolites. Read the NWO press release. See which other Roadmap clusters were awarded. Visit… Continue reading

11 April: ELIXIR Webinar on the Proteome Implementation Study

On Wednesday 11 April 2018, 14:00 GMT, Juan Antonio Vizcaino (EMBL-EBI) will present the outcomes of the Proteome Implementation Study, to develop robust and automated proteomics analysis pipelines that can be deployed in a cloud environment and be reused openly by the scientific community. Read more.

11 April: ELIXIR webinar on the Proteome Implementation Study

In an ELIXIR webinar on 11 April 2018 14:00 GMT, Juan Antonio Vizcaino (EMBL-EBI) will present the outcomes from the Proteome Implementation Study, to develop robust and automated proteomics analysis pipelines that can be deployed in a cloud environment and be reused openly by the scientific community. Join the webinar. ELIXIR Webinars usually take place every third Wednesday of the… Continue reading

New Implementation Study on metabolite identification

ELIXIR-NL will coordinate a new Implementation Study on metabolite identification. The study will start on 1 June 2018 and run for a one and a half year period. Merlijn van Rijswijk (DTL Technologies Programme Manager) explains: “The Implementation Study aims to deliver a metabolite identification workflow. It is led by Thomas Hankemeier of Leiden University and coordinated by me. Egon Willighagen and… Continue reading

Enabling Technologies Hotels Programme: looking back and into the future

ZonMw has recently announced which projects will be funded in the fourth call of the Enabling Technologies Hotels (ETH) programme. Dr Martijntje Bakker (ZonMw) and Professor Alain van Gool (Radboudumc) comment on the results of the call. View the list of 60 awarded projects. Find a Technology Hotel. Van Gool explains: “Technology Hotels are expert groups that offer their high-end technologies… Continue reading

60 Projects get access to DTL Technology Hotels

In the Enabling Technologies Hotels (ETH) programme, life science researchers can apply for funding to get access to the high-end equipment and expertise of 130+ Technology Hotels that are listed on the DTL website. ZonMw has just announced which projects will be funded in the fourth call of the ETH programme. View the list of 60 awarded projects. Find a… Continue reading

Setting sight on single cells: technological developments in the field of single cell analysis

New technologies enable scientists to study molecules at a single cell level. The field of Immunology was the first to perform single cell studies and other fields are now rapidly following. Professor Frits Koning and Dr Ahmed Mahfouz of LUMC share the latest developments in this hot topic. Frits Koning is Professor of Immunology at Leiden University Medical Centre (LUMC).… Continue reading
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