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The Australian BioCommons enhances digital life science research through world class collaborative distributed infrastructure. It aims to ensure that Australian life science research remains globally competitive, through sustained strategic leadership, research community engagement, digital service provision, training and support.

Teams: Australian BioCommons, QCIF Bioinformatics, Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, Sydney Informatics Hub, Janis, Melbourne Data Analytics Platform (MDAP), Galaxy Australia

Web page: https://www.biocommons.org.au/

The BeYond-COVID project (BY-COVID) aims to make COVID-19 data accessible to scientists in laboratories but also to anyone who can use it, such as medical staff in hospitals or government officials.

Pursuing to go beyond SARS-CoV-2 data, the project will serve as the groundwork to make data from other infectious diseases open and accessible to everyone.

The BY-COVID project strives to simplify data access and reuse through four key ‘pillars’:

  1. Mobilise data: ensuring ...

Teams: Not specified

Web page: https://by-covid.org/

BioExcel is the leading European Centre of Excellence for Computational Biomolecular Research. Established in 2015, the centre has grown into a major research and innovation hub for scientific computing. BioExcel develops some of the most popular applications for modelling and simulations of biomolecular systems. A broad range of additional pre-/post-processing tools are integrated with the core applications within user-friendly workflows and container solutions.

The software stack comes with ...

Teams: BioBB Building Blocks, BioExcel Best Practice Guides

Web page: https://bioexcel.eu/

The goal of COVID-19-Biohackathon 2020 (COVID-19-BH20) is to develop and gather computational tools that can be useful for studying the biology of the virus and the disease.

The COVID-19 Programme in Workflow Hub aims to gather workflows for the analysis of COVID-19 molecular biology data and their metadata. In this programme, all workflows and their metadata will be curated and made interoperable, reusable and reproducible. All workflows and their metadata will be easily accessible to everyone ...

Teams: Connor Lab, GalaxyProject SARS-CoV-2, InSaFLU, nf-core viralrecon, CWL workflow SARS-CoV-2, V-Pipe, Test team

Web page: https://github.com/virtual-biohackathons/covid-19-bh20

The Distributed System of Scientific Collections is a new world-class Research Infrastructure (RI) for Natural Science Collections. The DiSSCo RI aims to create a new business model for one European collection that digitally unifies all European natural science assets under common access, curation, policies and practices that ensure that all the data is easily Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR principles).

DiSSCo represents the largest ever formal agreement between natural ...

Teams: Specimen Data Refinery

Web page: https://www.dissco.eu/

ELIXIR is an intergovernmental organisation that brings together life science resources from across Europe. These resources include databases, software tools, training materials, cloud storage and supercomputers.

The goal of ELIXIR is to coordinate these resources so that they form a single infrastructure. This infrastructure makes it easier for scientists to find and share data, exchange expertise, and agree on best practices. Ultimately, it will help them gain new insights into how living ...

Teams: ELIXIR Training, FAIR Computational Workflows

Web page: https://elixir-europe.org/

EOSC-Life brings together the 13 Life Science ‘ESFRI’ research infrastructures (LS RIs) to create an open, digital and collaborative space for biological and medical research.

The project will publish ‘FAIR’ data and a catalogue of services provided by participating RIs for the management, storage and reuse of data in the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).

Teams: EOSC-Life - Demonstrator 7: Rare Diseases, EOSC-Life WP3

Web page: https://www.eosc-life.eu/

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