Tagged: discoverability

Contribute to BioSharing.org

Why it is important to share research data. The ultimate goal of majority research projects these days is to improve the life of the society. The amount of data generated by researchers is rapidly growing....

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DNAdigest HackDay 28th Feb

How can we increase reuse of existing public genomic datasets? DNAdigest is very happy to announce that we are holding our next Hack Day this month and we are inviting you to a day...

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Hamza Wahid presented his DNAdigest research project

Nuffield Research Placements (previously Nuffield Science Bursaries) provide over 1,000 students each year with the opportunity to work by the side of professional scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians. And this is exactly how our...

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Cambridge news: interview with Adrian Alexa

As you may already know, DNAdigest has recently spun-out Repositive (formerly knows as Nucleobase),  the social enterprise to develop Open Source software tools for researchers. Not long ago, Adrian Alexa, our CTO,  gave an interview...

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Publishing and Sharing Sensitive Data

Some data are born sensitive, some achieve sensitivity, and some have sensitivity thrust upon them! The Australian National Data Service (ANDS) has just released a Guide to Publishing and Sharing Sensitive Data which includes...

Data Discoverability in Public Health

Data Discoverability in Public Health

Making datasets ‘discoverable’ is one of the most crucial boundaries that need to be overcome when talking about effective data sharing. New research on Enhancing Discoverability of Public Health and Epidemiology Research data was commissioned by...