Latest news and announcements

gProfiler is now running on Galaxy at https://usegalaxy.eu and https://galaxy.hpc.ut.ee/. gProfiler (https://biit.cs.ut.ee/gprofiler)  is a toolset for functional enrichment analysis and conversions of gene lists that is now available also at Galaxy platform. Galaxy is meant for supporting data intensive research in a convenient manner through building and using... Read more
Weekly news 09.12.2019 The Finnish IT Centre for Science (CSC) have published a new video: 'How do I authorise access to my sensitive data?'. Explaining the process of making your data open, the data access committee and authorisation tool.  A recent article published in Science on how GDPR affects... Read more
Weekly news 02.12.2019 Galaxy have loaded fully consented genome sequences from 10 individuals from the Personal Genomes Project (PGP) along with transcriptomic and methylomic data in collaboration with PGP to facilitate training within the platform. These data are open and available to be looked at... Read more
Weekly news 25.11.2019 The ELIXIR TeSS portal has a variety of interesting events and courses organised by the ELIXIR Nodes. ELIXIR events Webinar: Nextflow: Introduction and practical demonstration TODAY 25 November 2019 | 11:00 CET | Webinar Online: Training Platform "Ask us anything" 27... Read more
Weekly news 21.10.2019 The slides and recording of the presentation on the ELIXIR Beacon & Beacon Network as a service are now available on the ELIXIR website. ELIXIR Innovation and SME forum highlights from 'Distributed data analysis - the (health) data train' in Utrecht are available in the... Read more
ELIXIR Goal Estonian ELIXIR Node
The purpose of ELIXIR is to construct and operate a sustainable infrastructure for biological information in Europe to support life science research and its translation to medicine and the environment, the bio-industries and society. These resources include databases, software tools, training materials, cloud storage and supercomputers. The goal of ELIXIR is to coordinate these resources so that they form a single high quality infrastructure. This coordinated infrastructure makes it easier for researchers to find and share data, analyse their experiments, exchange knowledge, and agree on best practices. Estonia joined ELIXIR as a full member in December 2013. The Estonian node focuses on developing and maintaining software tools and databases, linking of bioinformatics and biobanking, and last but not least, training researchers across borders.