IOS Press Launches Linked Data Portal

IOS Press is pleased to announce the beta launch of its Linked Data Portal: LD Connect. LD Connect contains linked metadata of all IOS Press books and journals. Making machine-readable metadata publicly available via this new platform opens up a wide range of opportunities. Dr Einar Fredriksson, Founder and Director of IOS Press: “As a science publishing house operating in… Continue reading

FAIR Data training coming up

With the FAIR Data principles gaining momentum, many people want to learn more about FAIR Data. DTL and its partners frequently organise FAIR Data trainings, ranging from general introductions to highly specialised trainings. Please let us know if you have FAIR trainings coming up. We can help you spread the news by announcing your training in the DTL Course Catalogue and… Continue reading

Call for papers & abstracts: 14th IEEE International Conference on eScience

Science in a digital world presents new opportunities and challenges. The 14th IEEE eScience Conference brings together leading international researchers and research software engineers from all disciplines to present and discuss how digital technology impacts scientific practice. They are pleased to invite contributions for inclusion in the conference programme. Please find all information regarding the calls and submission guidelines at www.eScience2018.com.… Continue reading

Making an Impact with Open Science: TU Delft MOOC

The TU Delft offers a MOOC ‘Making an Impact with Open Science ‘. This course aims to help you become a more visible and impactful researcher by reaping the benefits from Open Science principles. Read more. You will learn the basic concepts of Open Science, the advantages it brings for you as a researcher and for science in general, and… Continue reading

Oncode Institute launched: outsmarting cancer and impacting lives

On 6 February 2018, H.M. Queen Máxima officially launched the Oncode Institute. The institute aims to foster a culture of sharing knowledge among teams that are embedded at partner institutions, thus strengthening cancer research communities in the Netherlands and around the world. No new building will be constructed, because Oncode operates as a virtual institute, creating a digital platform for collaboration… Continue reading

How big data and AI can help you generate your scientific hypothesis

DTL partners Elsevier and Euretos have joined forces to explore how machine learning and data analytics can guide research. The pilot of the Euretos AI platform and Elsevier plans to use big data and machine learning to scan millions of journal articles and hundreds of databases to make connections and suggest new hypotheses for scientists to explore. Read more.  

27 March: Kickoff Delft Bioengineering Institute

On Tuesday 27 March, the TU Delft will launch the Delft Bioengineering Institute. Main speaker is Clive Brown, Chief Technology Officer at DNA sequencing specialist Oxford Nanopore Technologies. You are warmly invited to join the event in the Aula Congress Centre in Delft. Professor Isabel Arends, Professor of Biocatalysis and founder of the Delft Bioengineering Institute: “We are honoured to… Continue reading

Alain van Gool speaker at International Conference on Precision Medicine

Professor Alain van Gool of Radboudumc will be a speaker at the International Conference on Perspectives in Precision Medicine, 28 February – 1 March 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Van Gool is Professor Personalised Healthcare and heads the Translational Metabolic Laboratory at the Radboud University Medical Center. He is interested in the application of biomarkers in translational medicine and personalised healthcare. Read… Continue reading