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10. Sep 2021

Open (Omics) Data in the life-sciences (October 13, 2021)

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Webinar description

There is plenty of Research Data in Biological and Chemical Research,
but sometimes it is not published or trapped in bad supplemental data.
If instead data is open and public, it can be re-used to generate
further insights or to develop and validate bioinformatics approaches.
While generic research data repositories exist, it is really the Open
Data in discipline-specific Repositories and Databases that maximises
the re-usability.
Finally, making data FAIR and Open should not be an afterthought,
instead generating good and FAIR data should be baked right into the
standard operating procedures in the lab.

Please ask specific questions via Etherpad form before the webinar. These will be answered during the webinar.

Date, time and format

  • Date and time: October 13, 2021 from 1-2 pm
  • Please join the webinar via MLUconf
  • Ask specific question in advance via Etherpad form


  • Dr. Steffen Neumann – IPB Halle Bioinformatics and Scientific Data (Guest Speaker)

Scope of the webinar series

The Open Science Webinar series is aimed at PhD students and Postdocs from different backgrounds and disciplines at research institutions in Halle. Its purpose is to provide the audience with useful information about various aspects of Open Science (OS). In four webinars, a variety of OS topics including research data management, tools, standards, data protection, legal and intellectual property rights, tips for online publishing etc. will be covered. In a fifth seminar, a guest scientist will present practical and specific details about working with and the implementation of open science. It is hoped, this mixture between theory and a user case example might help the audience to better understand open science and where and how to start practicing it.

Next Open Science Webinar: Tips for publishing your scientific results online (October 20, 2021 | online)


The MLU conference system mluconf will be used to deliver the webinars. There is no need to register; participants just need to join the webinar(s) on the day. The duration of the webinars is one hour, divided into a 40-45 min. presentation element and 15-20 min. slot for questions/discussion. The presentations will be available for consultation at a latter point via the Open Science website of the ULB.


This workshop has been realised with financial support from Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg.

Über Thomas Michael

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