ELIXIR-UK announces seven new Services

ELIXIR-UK announces seven new Services

Following the 2021 call for new services we are pleased to announce seven new ELIXIR-UK services. These were selected by our panel to ensure high service quality and match UK priorities as identified by its funders.

The successful services were: FlyBase [FlyBase], NEOF [University of Liverpool (NERC)], FAIRcookbook [Oxford University], KnetMiner [Rothamsted], COPO [Earlham Institute], VEuPathDB [University of Liverpool] and WorkflowHub [University of Manchester]. Three of these, KnetMiner, COPO and VEuPathDB, were elevated from roadmapped to full ELIXIR-UK services.

We received a number of high quality applications and are proud to be representing the best of the UK life science data resources. The successful services will now benefit from their status as ELIXIR-UK services, and will be able to apply for funding from the ELIXIR Hub and beyond. 

We have also roadmapped three services, iHUB [University of Nottingham], Missense3D [Imperial College London] and Cafe Variome [University of Leicester], which are well on their way to being infrastructure ready. These services will be revisited and reassessed at our next call in 2022.

Congratulations to all of our new services!

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