Currently, I participate in the following projects as a researcher and software engineer in the Life, Natural and Biomedical Sciences data infrastructure team at the Oxford e-Research Centre, led by Dr Susanna-Assunta Sansone.
The open source ISA framework and tools help to manage an increasingly diverse set of life science, environmental and biomedical experiments that employing one or a combination of technologies.
Find out more at www.isa-tools.org
BioSharing is curated, informative and educational resource on inter-related data standards, databases, and policies in the life, environmental and biomedical sciences.
Find out more at www.biosharing.org
The Horizon 2020 PhenoMeNal (Phenome and Metabolome aNalysis) project is a comprehensive and standardised e-infrastructure that will support the data processing and analysis pipelines for molecular phenotype data generated by metabolomics applications. PhenoMeNal will provide services enabling computation and analysis to improve the understanding of the causes and mechanisms underlying health, healthy ageing and diseases.
The BBSRC-funded COPO (Collaborative Open Plant Omics) project is a portal for plant scientists to describe, store and retrieve data more easily, using community standards and public repositories that enable the open sharing of results.