The Cardiac Electrophysiology Web Lab tool enables characterization and comparison of electrophysiological models over a range of conditions. The resource is a collaboration between Jonathan Cooper and Gary R Mirams from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Oxford, and Martin Scharm from the Department of Systems Biology and Bioinformatics at the University of Rostock. You can read more about the web resource in their paper https://peerj.com/preprints/1338/ or access the web tool directly https://chaste.cs.ox.ac.uk/WebLab
A new public release of SEEK is now available, which is version 0.23.0. This version provides an overhaul of the user-interface and is based on the popular web framework Bootstrap
For more information about this release please view our Change Log
For information how to install SEEK, or upgrade from an earlier version please visit: http://seek4science.org/get_seek . Here you can also find information about a new virtual machine image that has been made for this version of SEEK.
This is the version of SEEK currently running on the FAIRDOMHub.
The Royal Statistical Society has expressed its support of a new agreement on open research data issued by the Open Research Data Forum, whose members include Research Councils UK, JISC, the Wellcome Trust and Universities UK.
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The Research Council of Norway announces NOK 250 million to establish a national centre focussing on digital life.
More to be found at http://www.forskningsradet.no/en/Newsarticle/NOK_250_million_for_a_new_b…