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YEARS

2005-2010

FUNDING AMOUNT

8280000.0 EUR

ABSTRACT

The objective of this network is to draw together a wide group of experts throughout Europe who are involved in the use of information technology in the biomolecular sciences. The EMBRACE network will optimise informatics and information exploitation by pure and applied biological scientists in both the academic and commercial sectors. The network will work to integrate the major databases and software tools in bioinformatics, using existing methods and emerging Grid service technologies. The integration efforts will be driven by an expanding set of test problems representing key issues for bioinformatics service providers and end-user biologists. As a result, groups throughout Europe will be able to use the EMBRACE service interfaces for their own local or proprietary data and tools. The many publicly available collections of biomolecular information do a reasonable job for a given domain. Software tools to organise and analyse this information are available both in the public domain and commercially.Cross-references in these databases in principle allow inter-database navigation; however, the links are sparse and coarse-grained, and their exploitation requires biological knowledge and expert programming.The effect of this is to burden every serious bioinformatics centre with the task of maintaining local data and software, and supporting users in the nontrivial task of exploring the natural biological connections between data. This requires substantial human effort. Today's trend towards systems biology demands very much better connections between different domains of knowledge, and the weaknesses in information integration are becoming an intolerable hindrance. This network will address these weaknesses by enabling data providers and tool builders to standardise their data access and software tools using the new grid computing technologies ideally adapted to the task'. More... »

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