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F4: (meta)data are registered or indexed in a searchable resource

What does this mean? Identifiers and rich metadata descriptions alone will not ensure ‘findability’ on the internet. Perfectly good data resources may go unused simply because no one knows they even exist. If the availability of a digital resource such as a dataset, service or repository is not known, then nobody (and no machine) can discover it. There are many… Continue reading

Reproducible Research seminar

The Regional Student Group (RSG) Netherlands, is pleased to invite you to the upcoming Reproducible Research event, that will take place on Tuesday the 16th of May at 12.30, in Amsterdam. BSc, MSc and PhD students and young researchers, are welcome to join us! Continue reading

byteMAL Conference Maastricht 2017

byteMAL (Bioinformatics for Young inTernational researchers) is a conference for young researchers in the fields of bioinformatics and computational biology and aims to provide a new networking platform for knowledge and expertise exchange across borders - Netherlands, Germany and Belgium. Continue reading

Three DTL programmes

DTL’s activities are concentrated in three programmes: Data, Technologies, and Learning. The DTL Data programme drives professional research data handling based on the FAIR data principles. We currently work in healthcare, agriculture & livestock, nutrition, and industrial biotechnology data. In addition to various FAIR data activities, we are very active in the field of research data management. The ELIXIR-NL activities are also part of the… Continue reading

20 April 2017: ONT Nanopore sequencing Hot Topics meeting

On 20 April 2017, the BioSB research school will organise a ‘Hot Topics meeting‘ about Nanopore sequencing. The goal is to bring expert users together and promote information sharing and collaboration within the Netherlands and beyond. This meeting will be the first in a series of BioSB HotTopics meetings, which were previously organised by the Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre. Recently, nanopore sequencing has revolutionised the sequencing arena. In the… Continue reading

The FAIR Data Principles explained

These webpages provide an actionable list of the 15 FAIR Data Principles as a simple guide when publishing data. For each principle, we give a basic definition, examples, and links to useful resources. We hope that by working through the list, anyone wishing to maximize the reusability of their data, can prioritize their efforts and make more informed choices regarding… Continue reading

BioSB Hot Topics meeting: ONT Nanopore sequencing

Nanopore sequencing has been revolutionizing the sequencing arena for the last few years. The last decade, sequencing went from highly-specialized to a commodity product that can be readily purchased from a specialty provider. ONT has taken this again a step further and is now enabling anyone to get into 'do-it-yourself' sequencing. Sequencing now requires no capital investment, very little in lab setup and anybody with a steady hand can start to generate data. Continue reading

15 March: Compute Resources for Life Science Research Interest Group meeting

On 15 March 2017, the DTL/SURF Interest Group ‘Compute Resources for Life Science Research‘ will meet at SURF in Utrecht. Topic of the meeting will be ‘Reproducible pipelines – integration with software stack.’ You can register now. In the DTL/SURF Interest Group ‘Compute Resources for Life Science Research’ (CRLS), we share lessons learned and best practices, and discuss requirements, use cases… Continue reading

Workshop Interoperability & Training at ELIXIR All hands meeting Rome

On Thursday March 23, 2017 two workshops will be organised at the All Hands meeting of ELIXIR in Rome by the Interoperability and Training Platforms. Both workshops offer a half-day programme, which together form a full day with contributions related to FAIR principles and Data Stewardship. However, participants can also register separately for each half-day session. Continue reading

Lorentz workshop Life Sciences with Industry 2017

Are you a young scientist with a background in the life sciences or a related research field and do you have a creative and inquisitive mind? Do you like to think outside-the-box? Do you want to meet new people from other disciplines, including mathematics, physics, chemistry and engineering? If yes, apply for the fourth ‘Life Sciences with Industry’ Lorentz workshop.… Continue reading
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