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Apply Now for Free Training Course on Experimental Data Management: from Generating Protocols to Sharing Data

AQUAEXCEL2020 COL

Applications are now being accepted for the first distance learning training course organised by the AQUAEXCEL2020 (AQUAculture infrastructures for EXCELlence in European fish research towards 2020) project. The three-day course, Experimental data management: from generating protocols to sharing data, will be provided online on 25, 27 and 29 April 2016, by tutors from the University of South Bohemia in ?eské Bud?jovice. Course attendance is free, thanks to EC Horizon 2020 funding.

AQUAEXCEL2020 is a research infrastructure project funded under the EC’s Horizon 2020 programme with the aim to further support the sustainable growth of the European aquaculture sector. AQUAEXCEL2020 integrates a large group of leading European aquaculture research facilities and aims to advance aquaculture research and innovation in Europe. One of its aims is to provide state-of-the-art unique training courses to educate a new generation of aquaculture researchers and industry stakeholders who focus on sustainable exploitation of their new knowledge, skills and tools in order to advance an innovative European aquaculture sector.

This course deals with best practice experimental data management, including all aspects from preparing experiment protocols to sharing data. It is based on an experimental data repository system called bioWES which is a distributed, knowledge-based repository for large datasets, typically applicable in biological and related sciences. Participants will learn how to use the bioWES system for their own experimental work, using their own protocols and real experimental data.

The training will be organised as an online course with active participation of the users. The organisers will guide the users through every single step of the bioWES system, from installation to sharing of experimental data, during three 90 minute sessions. A recorded version of the course will be publicly available after the course date.

For more information and online registration, please visit the AQUAEXCEL2020 website: www.aquaexcel.eu/index.php/aquaexcel-courses/h2020-training-courses. Deadline for registration for the live course is 21 April 2016.

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