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The diXa project and the consortium partners are active in many areas related to both diXa and their respective wider scientific activities.

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Data infrastructure for chemical safety

dixa Open Conference

The diXa project is dedicated to developing and implementing a robust and sustainable service infrastructure for data from EU-funded research into non-animal tests for predicting chemical safety.
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Upcoming diXa courses

Next 2 diXa courses are open for registration: 21st-23rd May 2014, diXa "Molecular networks in Toxicogenomics" at MPIMG in Berlin, Germany; and 3rd-5th June 2014, diXa "Microarray analysis using R and Bioconductor", ICL, London, United Kingdom.
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diXa now an associated partner of EUDAT

The diXa project is now an associated partner of EUDAT. EUDAT represents a unique partnership between research communities and data centers. It brings together data service providers and users who are directly involved with the design of data services.
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IST-Africa 2014 – announcement & call for papers

May 2014: Part of the IST-Africa Initiative, which is supported by the European Commission under the ICT Theme of Framework Programme 7 (FP7), IST-Africa 2014 is the ninth in an Annual Conference Series which brings together senior representatives from leading commercial, government & research organisations across Africa and from Europe, to bridge the Digital Divide by sharing knowledge, experience, lessons learnt and good practice and discussing policy related issues.
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Survey on the use of toxicogenomics data, limitations and improvements that can be made

On June 26-27, 2013, a workshop on identifying opportunities for global integration of toxicogenomics databases was hosted at the NIEHS in North Carolina (USA). This workshop was a joint effort of Maastricht University (The Netherlands) representing the EU projects diXa and Research Data Alliance (RDA) Europe (= iCORDI) and NIEHS representing CEBS.

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