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Programme: Applied Lipidomics Göttingen

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nfdi4health aims to create the most comprehensive inventory of German epidemiological, public health and clinical trial data to date. It builds a centralised data catalogue with elaborate search functionalities, sophisticated data access management, and a data analysis toolbox, while respecting stringent requirements for privacy concerning personal health data. Standardisation services ensure a high degree of interoperability. Use cases covering prototypical study types and areas of research show ...

SDBV group using Hub

Programme: Independent Projects

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Based on the combination of sensor and big data revolutions, PHENET (HE INFRA-TECH) will equip crop and ecosystems RI with innovative services based on tools and methods developed in the frame of the project and allowing enhanced capacity to future-proofing agroecosystems. These services will be excellent tools for users addressing environmental and societal challenges such as climate change adaptation / mitigation and agroecology transition.

Programme: Independent Projects

Public web page: https://www.phenet.eu/en

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Programme: Independent Projects

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Programme: Independent Projects

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Mission: We perform cutting-edge research on data generated by novel biomolecular technologies to address questions in pneumology. Towards this, we use biological high-throughput data, i.e., OMICs data, to gain insights into molecular and phenotypic traits and diseases using computational methods. We combine data, methodology and their applications in pneumology through interdisciplinary collaboration with mathematicians, computer scientists, biologists and physicians.

Further proteomic data and ATP calculation

Programme: BaPro

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Development of a lactic acid centred biorefinery scheme to valorize flexibly organic waste streams into biochemicals

Programme: Targeted VFA production from (waste) waters - Biogroup

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Model-based design of a biorefinery platform to valorise agrifood organic waste into odd-chain volatile fatty acids integrating technical and environmental criteria

The conversion of organic wastes by anaerobic fermentation (the so-called carboxylate platform) is one of the promising emerging biorefineries that allows valorising organic carbon to volatile fatty acids (VFA), which can be further processed as chemicals, biopolymers and biofuels. A major obstacle to the widespread of the carboxylate ...

Programme: Targeted VFA production from (waste) waters - Biogroup

Public web page: https://biogroup.usc.es/ODDITY

Start date: 1st Dec 2022

End date: 30th Nov 2024

Real-time smart monitoring of bioprocesses for efficient conversion of organic carbon to volatile fatty acids

Testing out FAIRDOM-Seek

Programme: Independent Projects

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Programme: Independent Projects

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Programme: Independent Projects

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Cyanobacteria are the only prokaryotes performing oxygenic photosynthesis. Theyhad and have tremendous influence on the biogeochemical cycles on Earth. Recently,cyanobacteria are increasingly investigated as cell factories for a sustainableeconomy. Despite their global, environmental and rising economic importance, ourknowledge on the regulation of their primary metabolism is fragmented.Cyanobacteria switch between photoautotrophic and heterotrophic modes ofmetabolism during day/night cycles or ...

Programme: DFG founded projects

Public web page: https://gepris.dfg.de/gepris/projekt/397695561

Start date: 1st Sep 2018

Ionizing radiation (IR) leads to DNA double-strand breaks and can therefore be used as cancer treatment. However, some tumors are less responsive to radiation treatment because of their underlying molecular profile. Our ultimate goal is to understand the reaction of lung cancer cells with different phenotypes to IR on a molecular level to then provide the best therapy options for lung cancer patients with IR therapy.

Programme: This Project is not associated with a Programme

Public web page: https://www.sbi.uni-rostock.de/research/projects/detail/74

Start date: 1st Aug 2023

End date: 31st Dec 2027

MESI-Review 2024

Programme: Independent Projects

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The group around Nicole Radde specializes in the modeling, analysis, and simulation of biochemical systems. This especially includes parameter optimization and identification.

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Programme: Independent Projects

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MESI-STRAT: Systems Medicine of Metabolic-Signaling Networks -A New Concept for Breast Cancer Patient Stratification. Breast cancer is a complex disease with high prevalence in the European Union and world-wide. 75%-80 of the patients have estrogen receptor-positive (ER)-positive tumors and are treated with endocrine therapies. Endocrine therapies, which block ER-driven tumor growth, show high efficacy. Yet, a significant proportion of the patients will eventually relapse with metastatic breast ...

Programme: This Project is not associated with a Programme

Public web page: http://www.mesi-strat.eu

Cell biological and proteogenomic study of the chloroplast of the marine, bloom-forming dinoflagellate P. cordatum

Programme: Independent Projects

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Start date: 4th Jul 2023

End date: 31st Aug 2024

This data contains fish data such as fish abundance, fish community structure data, fish species data obtained in the study, fish productivity and also fish length-weight relationships.

Programme: Independent Projects

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This research discusses what is the status of fisheries provisioning services in Jatigede Reservoir and what anthropogenic pressures in the form of community activities affect the status of fisheries provisioning services.

Programme: Independent Projects

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MESI-STRAT Review

Programme: Independent Projects

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-engineering next level photosynthesis-PhotoBoost is a 4-year research and innovation action that aims to significantly improve the efficiency of photosynthesis in plants. The optimisation of photosynthesis will be achieved by capitalising on multidisciplinary approaches including computational biology, metabolic modelling, systems biology, enzyme and pathway engineering, synthetic biology, and the multigene transformation of two major C3 crops: potato and rice. The PhotoBoost project will deliver ...

Programme: Independent Projects

Public web page: http://www.photoboost.org

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Programme: Independent Projects

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This project aims to streamline the integration of Japanese plant research data into the global data ecosystem using the FAIR Data-finder for Agronomic Research (FAIDARE) and Breeding API (BrAPI) standards. Despite the large and diverse datasets generated in plant research, there are significant barriers to efficient data use due to findability and interoperability issues. Our initiative addresses these challenges by adopting the Minimum Information About Plant Phenotyping Experiments (MIAPPE) ...

Programme: Japanese Data in Global Plant Research

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A fundamental and enduring challenge for ecosystem managers developing risk and impact assessment tools is to predict the extent of impact that spilled oil can have on the immediate fish populations and on future generations. Modelling approaches are important tools for these assessments, but they currently suffer from two major shortcomings: 1) the failure to acknowledge that effects can be transferred through several generations and 2) the assumption that a small group of toxic compounds, ...

Programme: Independent Projects

Public web page: https://uit.no/project/toxigen

Start date: 17th Sep 2023

End date: 31st Dec 2027

PoLiMeR is funded through the EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN), which drives scientific excellence and innovation. ITNs bring together universities, research institutes, industry and clinical partners from across the world to train researchers to doctorate level.

Metabolic diseases are a burden on the European population and health care system. It is increasingly recognised that individual differences with respect to history, lifestyle, and genetic make-up affect disease ...

Programme: This Project is not associated with a Programme

Public web page: http://polimer-itn.eu/

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