FAIR Implementation Resources

Resources

  1. FAIR Implementation project on the Pistoia Alliance web site

  2. FAIR Toolkit for Life Science Industry: https://fairtoolkit.pistoiaalliance.org

  3. Public FAIR Implementation Resources on Google drive

  4. Key papers on FAIR data management:

  5. Business case for Pistoia FAIR Implementation project

  6. Pistoia Webinar on Benefits and Costs of FAIR from 31st May 2019 - recording & slides

  7. Pistoia FAIR Community of Interest Webinars:

Speaker

Organisation

Topic

Recording

Slides

Q&As

Day

Month

Year

Ted Slater

Elsevier

Progress towards commercial FAIR data products and services

link

link



19th

Sept

2019

Michel Dumontier

Maastricht Uni

Assessing FAIRness of Core Data Resources at ELIXIR

link

link



17th

October

2019

Henriette Harmse

EMBL-EBI

Open interoperability standards, tools and services at EMBL-EBI

link

link



14th

November

2019

Mark Musen

Stanford Uni

CEDAR work bench for metadata management

link

link



12th

December

2019

Matan Burstin

Clarivate Analytics

Data Market Evolution, a future shaped by FAIR

link

link



20th

February

2020

Ilaria Maresi

The Hyve

Knowledge graphs and semantic models for drug discovery and healthcare

link

link

link

23rd

April

2020

Mathew Woodwark, Erik Schultes & Georges Heiter

AZ, GO-FAIR & Databiology

FAIR by Design

link

link

link

14th

May

2020

Philippe Rocca-Serra

Oxford Uni

FAIRification experience: Clarifying the semantics of data matrices

link

link

 

28th

May

2020

Amos Bairoch

University of Geneva

The Cellosaurus, a FAIR repository to help researchers navigate the confusing universe of cell lines

link

link

 

25th

June

2020

Chris Mungall

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

MONDO: a unified disease resource connecting clinical and translational research

link

link

 

23rd

July

2020

 

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