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    EOSC-Life has funded 8 so-called “Demonstrator” projects, scientific and technical pilot projects that provide concrete scientific use-cases and guide and structure the work done in EOSC-Life to build an open digital and collaborative space for biological and medical research. The demonstrator projects represent a broad scope of life science domains and aim to make data, tools and workflows available in the cloud ​for re-use by the scientific community. The year-long projects have completed and publications and resources are becoming available.

    Additional projects will be funded through our Digital Life Sciences Open Call – Sensitive Data Track and Industry Track, in Spring 2021.

    European Open Science Cloud resources for Chemical Biology and Structure Based Drug Discovery workflows

    Partner Institutes:

    Fraunhofer IME
    CIRMMP
    CSC
    IMG
    IMIM
    EMBL EBI
    EMBL Grenoble
    Diamond

    Cryo-Electron Microscopy Workflows and automated data deposition

    Partner Institutes:

    CSIC
    Diamond

    Rapid, scalable and reproducible deployment of (meta-)genomics assembly and analysis pipelines tailored to the biome of interest

    Partner Institutes:

    EMBL EBI

    Uni Bielefeld/DeNBI

    Marine Eukaryote Genomics Portal – access to tools and data-flows for marine genome annotation

    Partner Institutes:

    CCMAR

    Development of novel and configurable workflow for processing preclinical images and extracting meaningful data

    Partner Institutes:

    UNITO

    Make newly established workflows for mining large image repositories accessible, reusable and scalable in the EOSC

    Partner Institutes:

    EMBL HD
    Sci Life Lab
    University of Dundee
    EMBL EBI

    An integrative analysis pipeline of genomic and transcriptomic human data for disentangling the genetic origin of a rare-disease in the context of the European Open Science Cloud

    Partner Institutes:

    BSC
    CRG (EGA)
    CRG (CNAG)

    Plant A+: Taking Plant Omics Data through Annotation, Acquisition and Analysis to Application

    Partner Institutes:

    INRA
    FZJ
    UNIMAN
    NIB