In a festive ceremony Jean Eric Paquet, Director General of DG Research and Innovation presented the ERIC certificate on behalf of the European Commission to Georg Schütte, State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and Dr. Wolfgang Fecke, Director General of EU-OPENSCREEN.
From now on, the participating institutes, including four from Germany, will cooperate within a legal framework that eliminates regulatory barriers and simplifies access to shared resources.
Šárka Šímová (IMG, Prague, Czech Republic), Francisca Vicente (Fundación MEDINA, Granada, Spain), Sheraz Gul (IME, Hamburg, Germany) and Jose Manuel Brea (USC, Santiago de Compstela, Spain) presented a web-based theoretical course for researchers and students considering HTS as part of their research.
The speakers will present the DNA-encoded libraries (DEL) to Identify Novel Chemical Matter for Undruggable Targets - Webinar, a web-based theoretical overview for researchers and students considering DEL as part of their research.
Jorge Amigo (Galician Public Foundation for Xenomic Medicine)
Angel Carracedo (Universidad de Santiago (USC); Director of the Galician Public Foundation of Genomic Medicine and Director of the Spanish National Genotyping Centre)
Eduardo Dominguez (BioFarma Research Group, University of Santiago de Compostela)
Mabel Lloza (BioFarma Research Group, University of Santiago de Compostela)
Beatriz Sobrino (Galician Public Foundation for Genomic Medicine)
Chemical probes are indispensable tools in modern biology. These compounds are commonly used to study gene function, validate molecular targets, or dissect complex processes within cells and organisms. Probes’ main attributes reside in their potency, selectivity, and well-defined mechanism of action, yet identifying compounds that meet all the demands of an experimental design is not a trivial task.
This webinar aims to introduce the main sources/providers of chemical probes along with the criteria to assess their quality. It will also provide an overview of data platforms helpful during their selection process with live demonstrations employing the Probes & Drugs portal (https://www.probes-drugs.org/, developed at the Institute of Molecular Genetics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic).
Speaker: Ctibor Škuta (Cheminformatician, CZ-OPENSCREEN)
One of the long-term sustainability results is the newly developed European Life Science Research Infrastructures website, which highlights access and open calls from all LS-RIs for external researchers and the history of CORBEL.
To get a better idea on how to work with European Research Infrastructures, please watch our introductory video.