eagle-i increases visibility and collaborations at national conferences

As the eagle-i platform has developed from a pilot project to a fully-functioning research resource sharing tool, we have been sharing our experience and progress at major scientific meetings. Most recently, we have presented at: AMIA (American Medical Informatics Association) ABRF (Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities) ISB (The Conference of the International Society for Biocuration) NCBO The…

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New NIH-sponsored collaboration to expand eagle-i among four CTSA institutions

We are pleased to announce a new NIH-supported collaboration among four Clinical and Translational Science Award institutions (Harvard University, Oregon Health and Sciences University, Vanderbilt University, and the University of Pennsylvania). These institutions will use the eagle-i platform to publish rich information about three of their most valuable research tools and technologies: i) core facilities…

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New features and an improved design

The eagle-i search application and the SWEET (Semantic Web Entry and Edit Tool) have received some major enhancements we’d like to share. —  Search application: *   Search single, multiple, and groups of institutions at one time *   Easier-to-use filters for search results *   More search result display options, including result sorting —…

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New! Video tutorials and training site

To help new institutions successfully launch eagle-i on their campuses, we have published step-by-step video tutorials and guidelines for using the eagle-i SWEET (Semantic Web Entry & Editing Tool). These materials cover eagle-i workflow and permissions and walk the user through entering common resources into eagle-i using the SWEET. To make eagle-i even more accessible,…

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