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NCBO Webinar: Nicolas Le Novère, Mar. 21 - MIRIAM Registry and Identifiers.org - Robust and versatile identification in life sciences

From: Trish Whetzel <plwhetzel@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2012 12:40:03 -0700
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The next NCBO Webinar will be presented by Nicolas Le Novère from the
European Bioinformatics Institute on "MIRIAM Registry and Identifiers.org -
Robust and versatile identification in life sciences" at 10:00am PT,
Wednesday, March 21.  Below is information on how to join the online
meeting via WebEx and accompanying teleconference. For the full schedule of
the NCBO Webinar presentations see:
http://www.bioontology.org/webinar-series.


ABSTRACT:
MIRIAM Registry (http://www.ebi.ac.uk/miriam) provides unique, perennial
and location-independent identifiers for data used in the biomedical
domain. At its core is a shared catalogue of data collections, for each of
which an individual namespace is created, and extensive metadata recorded.
This namespace allows the generation of Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs)
to uniquely identify any record in a collection. Moreover, various services
are provided to facilitate the creation and resolution of the identifiers.
Since its launch in 2005, the system has evolved in terms of the structure
of the identifiers provided, the software infrastructure, the number of
data collections recorded, as well as the scope of the Registry itself. We
describe here the new parallel identification scheme and the updated
supporting software infrastructure. We also introduce the new
Identifiers.org service (http://identifiers.org) that is built upon the
information stored in the Registry and which provides directly resolvable
identifiers, in the form of Uniform Resource Locators (URLs). The
flexibility of the identification scheme and resolving system allows its
use in many different fields, where unambiguous and perennial
identification of data entities are necessary.


SPEAKER BIO:
Nicolas Le Novère is group leader at the EMBL-EBI near Cambridge (UK).
Besides his research activity, centred on modeling signal transduction in
neurons, Le Novère develops community services that facilitate research in
computational systems biology. In particular, he is coordinating efforts in
encoding and annotating kinetic models in chemistry and cellular biology,
including the languages SBML, SBGN, SED-ML, the reporting guidelines MIRIAM
and MIASE, and the ontologies SBO, KiSAO and TEDDY. Le Novère also created
BioModels Database, now the reference resource to share published
mathematical models of biological interest.


WEBEX DETAILS:
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Go to
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Meeting Password: ncbo


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Access code:925 756 393




Trish Whetzel, PhD
Outreach Coordinator
The National Center for Biomedical Ontology
Ph: 650-721-2378
http://www.bioontology.org

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