CIISB signed the MANIFESTO FOR EU COVID-19 RESEARCH
Last July the EU Commission has launched the MANIFESTO FOR EU COVID-19 RESEARCH, to maximise the accessibility of research results in the fight against COVID-19.
The Manifesto is part of the EU Coronavirus response, the common European response to the coronavirus outbreak. It provides guiding principles for beneficiaries of EU research grants for coronavirus prevention, testing, treatment and vaccination to ensure that their research results will be accessible for all and guarantee a return on public investment. This will aim to ensure that no one is left behind in the fight against Covid-19, and that solutions will be developed, produced and deployed to every single corner of the world.
By signing the Manifesto, CIISB is committed to
- Make the generated results, whether tangible or intangible, public and accessible without delay, for instance on the Horizon Results Platform, on an existing IP sharing platform, or through an existing patent pool.
- Make scientific papers and research data available in open access without delay and following the FAIR principles via preprint servers or public repositories, with rights for others to build upon the publications and data and with access to the tools needed for their validation. In particular, make COVID-19 research data available through the European COVID-19 Data Platform.
- Where possible, grant for a limited time, non-exclusive royalty free licences on the intellectual property resulting from EU-funded research. These non-exclusive royalty free licenses shall be given in exchange for the licensees’ commitment to rapidly and broadly distribute the resulting products and services under fair and reasonable conditions to prevent, diagnose, treat and contain Covid-19.
Webinar series: What can iNEXT-Discovery do for us? Jan Wollenhaupt, HZB, How to do crystallographic fragment screening at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin
The webinar series What can iNEXT-Discovery do for us? will continue on November 2 at 16:00 CEST with the topic "How to do crystallographic fragment screening at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin" presented by Jan Wollenhaupt, HZB.
Emerging Topics in Biomolecular Magnetic Resonance - Marina Bennati (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry) and Nathaniel Traaseth (New York University)
The series Emerging topics in Biomolecular Magnetic Resonance will continue on October 29th at 16:00 CEST with the following lecturers and topics:
- Marina Bennati (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry):Structure and function of biomolecules by detecting nuclear spins with EPR
Instruct virtual course on Single Particle Analysis by CryoE. Madrid, December 14 – 18, 2020
The registration for "Instruct virtual course on Single Particle Analysis by CryoE. Madrid, December 14 – 18, 2020" is now open. The aim of this course is to give an overall overview of the whole process of single particle analysis (SPA) starting from sample preparation, image acquisition at the microscope, image processing and atomic modelling.
Webinar series: What can iNEXT-Discovery do for us?
From Monday October 26 onwards, iNEXT-Discovery will be organizing weekly webinars on structural biology technologies presenting iNEXT-Discovery technologies for potential users. The first webinar will be on the topic "Biophysical methods to quantitate macromolecular interactions" presented by Anastassis Perrakis (Netherland Cancer Institute).