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The MOBY system for interoperability between biological data hosts and analytical services: The MOBY-S system defines an ontology-based messaging standard through which a client will be able to automatically discover and interact with task-appropriate biological data and analytical service providers, ... [Information of the supplier]
LabAction is a personal video sharing service that allows people to connect, converse and share their life experiences captured on video. In addition to serving as an entertainment portal, LabAction mission is to provide researcher community with a platform to share information about lab protocols, ... [Information of the supplier]
Scratchpads are an easy to use, social networking application that enable communities of researchers to manage, share and publish taxonomic data online. Sites are hosted at the Natural History Museum London, and offered free to any scientist that completes an online registration form. Key features of the ... [Information of the supplier]
LifeDesks are dynamic web environments that make the online management and sharing of biodiversity research easier than ever. Through them, you can shape the Encyclopedia of Life by contributing to the ongoing effort to document the world's species. [Information of the supplier]
The site's focus is bioinformatics, computational genomics and biological data analysis. As long as your question is: detailed and specific, written clearly and simply, of interest to at least one other person somewhere, it is welcome here. No question is too trivial or too "newbie". Please look around ... [Information of the supplier]
In his blog iPhylo, the Scottish evolutionary biologist Roderic Page, a professor at the University of Glasgow, frequently writes about topics in biodiversity informatics and taxonomy. There are links to his numerous projects, such as iSpecies or BioStor. [Editorial staff vifabio]
Many resources (e.g. Nature Reviews Genetics) offer a 10,000-foot view of the current trends in the field, reviews of various technologies, and guidelines on how to effectively design, analyze, and interpret experiments in human genetics and bioinformatics research. By comparison very few resources focus ... [Information of the supplier]
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