What is this about?

This series of five workshops will cover the best practice data life-cycle for researchers working with plants, animals, non-model, microbial and medically relevant genomes. It aims to provide insights into the different phases of the data life-cycle and map what is present or missing in Australia for the specific biological domains in terms of open data and FAIR principles.

Workshop series objectives:

1-mapping the current state of the life-cycle in the Australian biological domain and bioinformatics

2-initiating a ‘bi-directional knowledge sharing’ approach: bringing best practice approaches and standards for open data life-cycles from key international projects to Australian life scientists and bioinformaticians

3-highlighting the existence of relevant Australian research data sets to the international environment

4-helping to formulate and inform the best way EMBL-ABR can provide guidance in terms of best practice in open data life-cycles by building the roadmap for the bioinformatics resources and tools with those working in the specific biological domains in Australia.

Who should attend?

Biologists and Bioinformaticians.

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