This year we also had two changes in the composition of our advisory boards.
We are very pleased to welcome Prof. Jürgen Pleiss, Institute of Biochemistry and Technical Biochemistry at the University Stuttgart as new participant in the NFDI4Chem consortium.
Until now the focus of NFDI4Chem and Ontologies4Chem was mainly contributing to existing ontologies, improving the quality and extending their scope. Our latest activities included the Ontologies4Chem Workshop. Together with […]
The first Ontologies4Chem Workshop organised by NFDI4Chem took place on September 7th – 8th 2022. Over 50 international participants accepted the invitation to the online event. The overarching aim of […]
Why are ontologies an essential building block not only for NFDI4Chem, but all NFDI? FAIR data is all about human AND machine-readable data. Ontologies are used to semantically describe data, […]
September 7 & 8, 2022, 14.00 – 18.00 CEST, Online Ontologies are a cornerstone of FAIR machine-readable data. They provide terms, relations and logic to semantically annotate and link research […]
Efforts for the development of minimum information standards for research data in chemistry have to be addressed in an international context. Thus, Dr. Johannes Hunold (TIB) presented NFDI4Chem’s vision for […]
NFDI4Chem proudly announces the launch of its Terminology Service for the Chemistry community. What is it good for, you ask? As you probably know, the FAIR data principles play a […]
NFDI4Chem is among the first funded NFDI consortia, as the Joint Science Conference (GWK) announced on 26 June 2020. Our successful proposal has been published in RIO Journal and is […]
The NFDI offers the opportunity to establish a science-driven, open, and high-quality national research data infrastructure. In August 2019, members of 11 consortia met to discuss common challenges posed by […]