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This program has been funded by the following funding organisations!
Code for Science & Society works to advance the power of data to improve the social and economic lives of all people through education, scientific research, and technology development. The event fund is a community-advised fund to support inclusive and accessible training events, which was offered to OLS to support the third cohort, OLS-3.
EOSC-Life brings together the 13 Life Science ‘ESFRI’ research infrastructures (LS RIs) to create an open, digital and collaborative space for biological and medical research. Through our Training Open Call, the EOSC-Life Training team offered funding to OLS team to support training activities in 2021 for the researchers from EOSC LS RIs and more widely.
The Software Sustainability Institute cultivates better, more sustainable, research software to enable world-class research. The Institute’s Fellowship Programme provides funding for individuals who want to improve how research software is used in their domains and/or area of work. This first cohorts of the program was supported by SSI fellowship offered to Malvika from 2019-2020. Yo is a SSI fellow from the previous year.
The Alan Turing Institute is committed to training new generations of data science and AI leaders with the necessary breadth and depth of technical and ethical skills to match the UK’s growing industrial and societal needs. The Turing Online Training Grant was offered for to OLS and The Turing Way to engage the Turing’s researchers and the broader UK community in open and reprodiucible research.
This program is made possible thanks to our partners and collaborating organisations!
The Bio-IT is a bioinformatics community project at EMBL, Heidelberg. Its previous and current members (Toby Hodges and Renato Alves) supported the early development of OLS and continue to serve as mentors and Experts.
de.NBI (the German Network for Bioinformatics Infrastructure) is supporting Bérénice’s involvement in OLS as part of her training work.
The program organisers are associated with ELIXIR member institutes and several mentors and experts are from different ELIXIR nodes.
Freiburg Galaxy team is supporting Bérénice’s involvement in OLS as part of her training work.
BHKI bridges the gap between well established bioinformaticians and aspiring ones through peer training and mentorship so as to enhance collaborations to foster quality scientific research and innovations and promote the sharing of data, skills and codes. Launched in the OLS-1, the project has continued to collaborate with OLS cohorts and OLS team members.
H3ABioNet Learning circles, modelled after H3ABioNet Learning Circles, is organised by Dr Caleb Kibet. He collaborated with OLS-2 to mentor projects to support story circles in different African countries.
This program will be supported by SSI fellowship offered to Malvika from 2019-2020. Yo is a SSI fellow from the previous year.
Under the collaboration name OLS-4 for TNW, Open Life Science has partnered with the Faculty of Applied Sciences through the Faculty Graduate School and the Data Steward, Dr. Esther Plomp, at TU Delft.
Malvika is a community manager of this project. Turing Way is also collaborating organisation under the project OLS for Turing that aims to build mentor-mentee relationships in the Turing community.