ELIXIR Core Data Resources are a set of data resources that are of fundamental importance to the broad life science community and the long-term preservation of biological data. Their impact is becoming increasingly apparent as greater volumes of complex data are being generated from national and EC-funded research projects. One of the core missions of ELIXIR is to provide stable and sustainable access to these resources.
Session I: Core Data Resources
- Keynote: Celina Ramjoué (DG CONNECT): Building a European Data Economy
- Christine Durinx (SIB): Identifying what matters in life (sciences)
- Valentina di Francesco (NIH): Core Data Resources: A perspective form the NIH
Session II: Databases in Action
Session III: Panel discussion "Understanding the impact of research data infrastructures"
- Neil Beagrie: Assessing the impact of research data infrastructures economic approaches
- Laura Furlong (IMIM): DisGeNET
- Iain Hrynaszkiewicz (Springer Nature): Benefits to industry of a public open data infrastructure
- Jean Moulin (OECD): OECD Global Science Forum Economic Impact Assessment exercise
Session IV: Panel discussion "Sustainability of data infrastructures"
- Keynote: Philippe Froissard (DG RTD): Contribution of the European Research Infrastructures to Open Science
- Jo McEntyre (EMBL-EBI): Europe PMC
- Mike Ryan (Science Ireland): Science Europe Working Group on research Infrastructures
- Warwick Anderson (Human Frontier Science Programme)
See also: Data