ELIXIR teams up with The Carpentries to boost its training programme

ELIXIR and The Carpentries initiative, a merged organization of Software Carpentry and Data Carpentry, have agreed to extend their collaboration in organising and delivering training in ELIXIR Nodes. As part of the collaboration, The Carpentries will organise close to 20 Software and Data Carpentry training workshops across ELIXIR Nodes, and two Instructor Training workshops to train a number of specialised instructors. This… Continue reading

ELIXIR-NL course: Bioinformatics for Translational Medicine using Galaxy: see it, do it, teach it!

Galaxy is an open, web-based platform for data-intensive biomedical research. On 17-19 October 2018, ELIXIR-NL and the BioSB research school will organise a Galaxy course ‘Bioinformatics for Translational Medicine using Galaxy: see it, do it, teach it!’ The course is meant for biomedical & translational medicine researchers who are keen on bioinformatics and for educators in the ‘bio domain’ who would like… Continue reading

ZonMw-funded project will professionalise the FAIR Data Steward role in the life sciences

ZonMw has announced that it will fund a project entitled ‘Towards FAIR Data Steward as a profession in the Life Sciences’. The project proposal was submitted by DTL’s Celia van Gelder and UMCG’s Salome Scholtens. Scholtens explains: “The overall aim of this project is to professionalise the data steward function within the life sciences domain. The role of data stewards… Continue reading

Toxicology data management tutorials automatically collected by European training portal TeSS

A team including Egon Willighagen from Maastricht University, Niall Beard from ELIXIR’s TeSS team, and Oana Florean from Douglas Connect (coordinator of OpenRiskNet) has used BioSchemas to create a system that automatically pulls toxicology-related training materials from the eNanoMapper project into the European training portal TeSS. TeSS is ELIXIR’s training portal. It provides trainers and trainees with training materials, events… Continue reading

HELIS Academy: improving the ‘industry readiness’ of Life Sciences & Health students

In April 2018, HELIS Academy was launched. Funded by Interreg Vlaanderen-Nederland (EU), the project’s main aim is to bridge the gap between the competences required for jobs in the Life Sciences & Health sector and the existing training programmes. The project is executed by ten Dutch and Flemish partners from academia and industry, including DTL (to be more specific, the… Continue reading

ELIXIR-NL course: Bioinformatics for Translational Medicine using Galaxy: see it, do it, teach it!

Galaxy is an open, web-based platform for data-intensive biomedical research. On 17-19 October 2018, ELIXIR-NL and the BioSB research school will organise a Galaxy course ‘Bioinformatics for Translational Medicine using Galaxy: see it, do it, teach it!’ The course is meant for biomedical & translational medicine researchers who are keen on bioinformatics and for educators in the ‘bio domain’ who would like… Continue reading

Looking back on five years of GOBLET

The Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education & Training (GOBLET) has released a report on the activities in the first five years of its existence. Dr Celia van Gelder, manager of the DTL Learning programme, is a member of the GOBLET Executive Board. She explains: “GOBLET provides a global, sustainable support and network infrastructure for bioinformatics trainers and trainees, including a training… Continue reading

EMBL-EBI webinar series on data management

From 28 June to August 2018, EMBL-EBI is running a webinar series on data management for the biomolecular sciences. This series will introduce key concepts in data management, highlight common myths, and provide biological researchers with hints and tips on how to approach data management in their own research. Read more.  

DNA Labs on the Road open registration for 2018-2019

The ‘Reizende DNA-Labs’ (DNA Labs on the Road) invite high school teachers to bring biotechnology into their classrooms by hosting a DNA Lab on the Road. Read more. The Reizende DNA-Labs are mobile practicals that educate high school students about DNA, genes, genomics, and the latest research techniques. The initiative is supported by the DTL Learning Programme (Read more). Registration for… Continue reading

Register for BioSB Course: Algorithms for Biological Networks (5th edition)

The BioSB research school is organising the 5th edition of the Algorithms for Biological Networks course on June 25-29, 2018 in Wageningen. You can still register for the course. Course description Molecular biology is concerned with the study of the presence of and interactions between molecules, at the cellular and sub-cellular level. In bioinformatics and systems biology, algorithms and tools… Continue reading
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