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The SARS-CoV-2 Data Hubs form one of the three components of the European COVID-19 Data Platform. Using technology that builds upon existing EMBL-EBI infrastructure, we provide SARS-CoV-2 Data Hubs to those public health agencies and other scientific groups responsible for generating viral sequence data from the outbreak at national or regional levels. SARS-CoV-2 Data Hubs offer a variety of configurations in terms of upload tools, data processing and analysis workflows and data visualisations.

SeBiMER is the Bioinformatics Core Facility of IFREMER, the French National Institute for Ocean Science. SeBiMER is in charge of providing a large community of marine biologists with all the requirements (knowledge, softwares and data) to handle small and large scale bioinformatics projects, in a broad range of fields such as metabarcoding (eDNA), (meta-)transcriptomics and genomes assembly & annotaton.

The Snakemake-Workflows team develops best practice workflows for Snakemake

The SDR is concerned with digitisation pipelines for digital access to natural history collections

The SDR integrate machine learning, Artificial Intelligence, and human approaches to extract, enhance, and annotate data from digital images and records at scale. Many collections-holding institutions still need to digitise the bulk of their collections. Digitisation takes time and resources. One of the major challenges in digitising massive collections is finding ways of ensuring high-quality ...

Space: DISSCo - Distributed System of Scientific Collections

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Start date: 1st Feb 2019

End date: 31st Dec 2023

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Space: Australian BioCommons

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Space: COVID-19 Biohackathon

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Space: Independent Teams

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