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23.11.2017 The 10th de.NBI Quaterly Newsletter published

Good news for de.NBI, the German Network for Bioinformatics Infrastructure: In September, de.NBI has passed successfully the midterm evaluation in Berlin. The international evaluation panel stated that de.NBI is working successfully from the beginning and that it should be continued.


09.11.2017 Call for Action - We need your Help!

The UniEuk project needs your help to launch EukBank 1.0.


28.10.2017 de.NBI Handbook ready for Download

The Handbook is the first comprehensive document that lists the work and effort of all de.NBI partners. Content: How de.NBI is structured, Presentations of all Partners, Index of Persons/Contact Details.


05.10.2017 SILVA TreeViewer published

SILVA TreeViewer: interactive web browsing of the SILVA phylogenetic guide trees now published in BMC Bioinformatics.


22.09.2017 Sneak-Preview: SILVA 132

The first statistics for SILVA release 132. The SILVA 132 release can be expected for November 2017.


12.09.2017 Registration for the Primer 2 Paper Workshop now open

The next SILVA Primer 2 Paper workshop takes place from November 6 to 10 in Bremen. If you are interested please register quickly since space is limited to 11 participants.


24.08.2017 MISAG and MIMAG standards published

Minimum information about a single amplified genome (MISAG) and a metagenome-assembled genome (MIMAG) of bacteria and archaea published in Nature Biotechnology


24.07.2017 ARB SILVA review published

Our ARB SILVA review is now published as part of the de.NBI Special Issue: 25 years of serving the community with ribosomal RNA gene reference databases and tools.


01.06.2017 The 8th de.NBI Quaterly Newsletter published

Highlights: The integration of Germany and the de.NBI into the European life-sciences infrastructure for biological information ELIXIR has been approved. The legal integration of the de.NBI partner projects into the network has been implemented by signing a new collaboration agreement between the 30 universities and research institutes participating in the de.NBI initiative.


26.05.2017 Call for action for global coalition to sustain core data resources

Core data resources for the life sciences should be supported through a coordinated international effort(s) that better ensure long-term sustainability and that appropriately align funding with scientific impact.


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