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Rapid Development of Computational Science Portals

Jos Koetsier, Jano I. van Hemert
2009 International Workshop on Science Gateways  
Availability: Rapid is developed under an Open Source model and is available freely through a Gnu General Public license.  ...  Currently, two types of portals exist: generalpurpose portals and domain-specific portals.  ...  Portal Designers are shown in italics. Chemistry  ... 
dblp:conf/iwsg/KoetsierH09 fatcat:2ujejwytkrdexjjt6qcatanvme

Target 2035 – update on the quest for a probe for every protein

Susanne Müller, Suzanne Ackloo, Arij Al Chawaf, Bissan Al-Lazikani, Albert Antolin, Jonathan B. Baell, Hartmut Beck, Shaunna Beedie, Ulrich A. K. Betz, Gustavo Arruda Bezerra, Paul E. Brennan, David Brown (+51 others)
2021 RSC Medicinal Chemistry  
The SGC's new Open Chemistry Networks initiative aims to create opportunities for the community to drive the development of these novel probes through a highly distributed, open chemistry network in which  ...  The Chemical Probes Portal The Chemical Probes Portal (Portal; https://www. chemicalprobes.org) is a long-standing resource for the biomedical research community that provides expert-curated information  ... 
doi:10.1039/d1md00228g pmid:35211674 pmcid:PMC8792830 fatcat:6m4uurgu3naw7polkuab4mgvjm

U-GOV Portal: The University Portal as the access point to the services for the University community

Rosita Bacchelli, Cyril Reinhard, Federico Gallerani
2013 Material Science and Applied Chemistry  
U-GOV PORTAL: THE UNIVERSITY PORTAL AS THE ACCESS POINT TO THE SERVICES FOR THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY With their rapid development, digital technologies have transformed systems within Higher Education,  ...  During the session the technological and methodological aspects of the U-GOV Portal developed on Drupal will be presented and discussed through two especially successful cases: the portal of La Sapienza  ... 
doi:10.7250/eunis.2013.035 fatcat:j4s4snyhofbn3hmzq225yu47ei

Institutional profile: Community for Open Antimicrobial Drug Discovery – crowdsourcing new antibiotics and antifungals

Mathilde R Desselle, Ruth Neale, Karl A Hansford, Johannes Zuegg, Alysha G Elliott, Matthew A Cooper, Mark AT Blaskovich
2017 Future Science OA  
The resulting data can be used by participants for publication, patenting and development purposes, and is fed back into the research community through an open-access database after a 2-year period during  ...  questions: can the community work together to address the global threat of antimicrobial resistance; and are there as yet undiscovered, novel antimicrobial compounds already present within our diverse global chemistry  ...  As a result, CO-ADD has engaged 185 collaborators in 18 months, a substantial 26% of which are early career researchers, demonstrating that these young researchers entering the competitive research world  ... 
doi:10.4155/fsoa-2016-0093 pmid:28670463 pmcid:PMC5481855 fatcat:rn6hkks2xremxdw2dn6htbhrnq

Tasman spirit oil spill in Pakistan: Research response and lessons learned

Naveed Z. Janjua, Muhammad M. Kadir, Shahid Lutfi, Meghan Tipre, Nalini Sathiakumar
2012 American Journal of Industrial Medicine  
Conclusion-There is need to develop ethical and legal framework and funding mechanism for conducting rapid response research in developing countries.  ...  study design issues, exposure and outcome measurements, political issues, community engagement, and communication of results.  ...  Original assessment of health effect of Tasman Spirit oil spill was supported through Aga Khan University.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ajim.22039 pmid:22473418 pmcid:PMC3418438 fatcat:3jzyr7b3uvhvfovniyxblfp3ay

SCE: Grid Environment for Scientific Computing [chapter]

Haili Xiao, Hong Wu, Xuebin Chi
2009 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
Acknowledgement We'd like to thank scientists and researchers from CAS for their support to our work. We also thank staffs and students of the Grid team in SCCAS.  ...  Grids and Grid applications need more active engaged domain scientists.  ...  facing scientific research" (2006AA01A116), and "Application of computational chemistry" (2006AA01A119).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02080-3_4 fatcat:xxmyfgzmx5gyncbu22ao7l2awy

Content analysis of university library portal: A detail study of Jayakar Library Portal, Savitribai Phule University of Pune
English

B Mane Manisha, M Panage B
2015 International Journal of Library and Information Science  
The purpose of this research paper is to introduce the Library Portal concept, its application and various e-resources and services of Library Portal.  ...  During the last one decade the library system and knowledge market has undergone a rapid change due to development of digital revolution.  ...  Jayakar Library portal can enhance services through adding collaborative tools like chat rooms, RSS, ask a librarian, research assistance etc.  ... 
doi:10.5897/ijlis2014.0532 fatcat:ndgzz7vmgzb73njng6gxghfv6y

The European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet): Visions and Roles of the Gateway to Marine Data in Europe

Belén Martín Míguez, Antonio Novellino, Matteo Vinci, Simon Claus, Jan-Bart Calewaert, Henry Vallius, Thierry Schmitt, Alessandro Pititto, Alessandra Giorgetti, Natalie Askew, Sissy Iona, Dick Schaap (+19 others)
2019 Frontiers in Marine Science  
EMODnet currently consists of seven sub-portals: bathymetry, geology, physics, chemistry, biology, seabed habitats, and human activities.  ...  The EMODnet Central Portal (www.emodnet. eu) provides a single point of access to these services, which are free to access and use.  ...  EMODnet groups have engaged with users since the beginning through different means.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00313 fatcat:73g5lwzu2ra37p4jsxqnw6uvda

Activation and Utilization of an Electronic Health Record Patient Portal at an Academic Medical Center—Impact of Patient Demographics and Geographic Location

Sarah E. R. Oest, Maia Hightower, Matthew D. Krasowski
2018 Academic Pathology  
patient portal.  ...  The advent of the online electronic health record patient portal has provided an efficient and practical means for patients to become more involved in their health care.  ...  patients may be engaging in non-UIHC patient portals.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2374289518797573 pmid:30302394 pmcid:PMC6172938 fatcat:vltbjiepz5dyno3pu3dd7tstbi

Altruism is dead! - The Perfect Storm: BYOD + CLOUD meet MOOCs

Mark Clark, Paul Hopkins
2013 Material Science and Applied Chemistry  
their institution without significant engagement or recognition. Staff, under pressure from Staff-Student Ratios (SSR's) or competing agenda (e.g. research), fail to build a relationship or engage in  ...  nations  lifetime repayment models (tax or loan) based upon 'conceptual' increased earnings are deployed. 7 Factors: Massification Massification increases anonymity  the student is able to pass through  ...  .  HE-SS support institutions to review their business mechanisms  then bring in integrators to support the delivery of solutions facilitating rapid connections between disparate applications/services  ... 
doi:10.7250/eunis.2013.015 fatcat:35aal56yabaxtks2ld7p2uzxbm

Federal Progress in Implementing Open Science: 2019 Annual Report

SBDAs Open Science Metrics Working Group
2019 Zenodo  
This includes making federal scientific publications and data more accessible, engaging directly with Canadians to talk about federal science and involving Canadians federal research.  ...  Canadians can now access more SBDA peer-reviewed publications and data, and federal scientists are engaging Canadians in a variety of innovative ways including social media, live streaming, traditional  ...  Open science data SBDAs regularly release datasets through the Government of Canada's Open Data portal , which resides on the Open Government Portal.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3369383 fatcat:s7avp5uqtnbohlkq7qzhql5h2e

EOSC-hub D3.5 Communication & Stakeholder Engagement: Final Report

Gergely Sipos, Iulia Popescu, Rob Carrillo, Giuseppe La Rocca, Debora Testi, Marcin Plociennik, Sy Holsinger, Mark Van De Sanden, Owen Appleton, Sergio Andreozzi
2021 Zenodo  
The report covers Communication activities, Events, Visitor/user/provider engagement in the EOSC Portal, Research Infrastructure and project engagement, Business engagement, EOSC Working groups.  ...  involves infrastructure providers from the EGI Federation and EUDAT CDI, and technology providers from INDIGO-DataCloud, with the purpose of offering services, software and data repositories to support research  ...  Through the Portal the project made available a catalogue of services 1 from the EGI Federation, EUDAT CDI, INDIGO-DataCloud and major research e-Infrastructures.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5031339 fatcat:ho3kn65vnbfo7euuy44dfzscf4

EOSC-hub D3.5 Communication & Stakeholder Engagement: Final Report

Gergely Sipos, Iulia Popescu, Rob Carrillo, Giuseppe La Rocca, Debora Testi, Marcin Plociennik, Sy Holsinger, Mark Van De Sanden, Owen Appleton, Sergio Andreozzi
2021 Zenodo  
The report covers Communication activities, Events, Visitor/user/provider engagement in the EOSC Portal, Research Infrastructure and project engagement, Business engagement, EOSC Working groups.  ...  involves infrastructure providers from the EGI Federation and EUDAT CDI, and technology providers from INDIGO-DataCloud, with the purpose of offering services, software and data repositories to support research  ...  Through the Portal the project made available a catalogue of services 1 from the EGI Federation, EUDAT CDI, INDIGO-DataCloud and major research e-Infrastructures.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5005228 fatcat:tk5usnmhvvfwlmwjmzb2344vpi

Finding small molecules for the 'next Ebola'

Sean Ekins, Christopher Southan, Megan Coffee
2015 F1000Research  
the literature, 2. patent assignees and/or inventors should openly declare their relevant filings, 3. reagents and assays could be commoditized, 4. using manual curation to enhance database links, 5. engage  ...  What might be less well known is that authors submitting sequences can apply this rule by engaging directly with database staff (e.g. including feedback for MeSH indexing) to ensure the rapid and precise  ...  In contrast the conventional IP-centric research model not only includes the years of delay to prepare a paper (i.e. 18 months after a patent application) but, even then, not all relevant antiviral chemistry  ... 
doi:10.12688/f1000research.6181.1 pmid:25949804 pmcid:PMC4406187 fatcat:3nkpzdkhonewpfr5a54lyjeyay

Finding small molecules for the 'next Ebola'

Sean Ekins, Christopher Southan, Megan Coffee
2015 F1000Research  
the literature, 2. patent assignees and/or inventors should openly declare their relevant filings, 3. reagents and assays could be commoditized, 4. using manual curation to enhance database links, 5. engage  ...  What might be less well known is that authors submitting sequences can apply this rule by engaging directly with database staff (e.g. including feedback for MeSH indexing) to ensure the rapid and precise  ...  In contrast the conventional IP-centric research model not only includes the years of delay to prepare a paper (i.e. 18 months after a patent application) but, even then, not all relevant antiviral chemistry  ... 
doi:10.12688/f1000research.6181.2 pmid:25949804 pmcid:PMC4406187 fatcat:a6dklxawtrdvtaejsgwcfxpfsi
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