What is eagle-i?
eagle-i is a free application that makes it easy to discover resources at a growing network of universities; more than 90,000 resources are listed and more are added every week. The free software is an open source project, and we welcome institutions to adopt it and participate in this growing network. The data in the system is also open access; anyone — regardless of affiliation — is welcome to search for resources, or to download the Linked Open Data directly.
The eagle-i Network was founded by a Consortium of 9 academic institutions joining forces to promote biomedical resource discovery in the scientific community. Since its inception, the Network has grown to 26 participating institutions, with more in the process of joining.
Latest UpdatesAddition of 23k+ Addgene Plasmids to Special Collections
Special Collections Added to eagle-i
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Joins eagle-i Network
Breakout Session at the 2012 IKFC Meeting
eagle-i demonstration for CTSA toolshop