Posted Mar 2nd 2015 | 2 Comments
Some of you may have heard of the new biosketch format at NIH, that will be eventually implemented as part of a pan-US funding agency biosketch system, ScienCV. The new biosketch has received a lot...
Posted by Melissa Haendel | Feb 23rd 2015 | Comment
We are pleased to open registration for the second event in the DataONE Webinar Series (www.dataone.org/webinars) focussed on open science, the role of the data lifecycle, and...
Posted Feb 3rd 2015
Reproducibility is one of the holy grails of effective, open biomedical literature.
Posted Jan 17th 2015 | Comment
Just back from FORCE2015 in Oxford. Note to self: never organize a conference right after the holidays! Many thanks to all of the people who worked so hard to make it happen; it was a great...
Posted by Maryann Martone | Jan 7th 2015 | Comment
FORCE2015 Conference Live Streaming Video Instructions
The FORCE2015 conference will provide live streaming video of the main sessions on Monday January 11 and Tuesday January 12 starting at 08:00...
Posted Jan 5th 2015
The FORCE2015 Conference starts next week, check out the agenda
Posted Jan 5th 2015 | Comment
The NIH Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) program is pleased to announce two new Funding Opportunities have been released for FY15 funding. Please share with interested colleagues.
Posted Dec 4th 2014 | Comment
We would like to invite all of you to review a report generated as a result of the NIH BD2K workshop "Frameworks for Community-based Standards Efforts", held last year....
Posted Nov 3rd 2014 | Comment
Thomson Reuters have published a rather interesting 'white paper' on 'Creating Value with Identifiers in an Open Data World':