The Bioschemas Implementation study organised its second meeting on May 24-26 at Hinxton. Bioschemas aims to improve data discoverability by encouraging the use of schema.org markup in websites and services. By using consistently structured information, the resources become more discoverable, facilitating collation and analysis of distributed data. Bioschemas is part of the wider schema community that is overseen by the schema.org consortium founded by Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and Yandex.

The next meeting of the Bioschemas Implementation study will be held at the EBI from 24-26 May.

Details are available from:

http://bioschemas.org/meetings/2017-05_AgreementMeeting

Please add your name to the agenda as soon as possible if you want to attend it.

The ELIXIR Hub are looking for an experienced and dynamic bioinformatician with strong interest and solid knowledge of semantic technologies in the life sciences to join ELIXIR as the technical lead for data management and interoperability.

ELIXIR-ITA, in collaboration with the University of Bologna (IT) is pleased to inform you that the applications for the upcoming training course onProtein Networks and Systems Biology are open.

Full details at: http://bioinformaticstraining.pythonanywhere.com

Course coordinators: Marco Roos, Katy Wolstencroft

Date
: 30 November – 4 December 2015 
Location: SURF, Utrecht, the Netherlands
Website: 

We are very happy to announce that the participants of the ELIXIR Software and Data Carpentry Instructor Training in Lausanne, Switzerland are gradually submitting their post-workshop tasks and getting certified. Out of 20 attendees, 6 have already successfully completed the final steps.