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de.NBI/ELIXIR

de.NBI - Big Data Exploitation in Life Science

German Network for Bioinformatics Infrastructure Service, Training, Cooperations & Cloud Computing

The central mission of the de.NBI network is to provide and continuously develop bioinformatics services and software solutions for basic and applied life sciences research and to establish standards for data storage, analysis, management and exchange. We are part of the service center HD-HuB (Heidelberg Center for Human Bioinformatics) focusing on human genetics, genomics and metagenomics, systematic phenotyping of human cells, epigenetics and the de.NBI Cloud location Heidelberg/Berlin.

de.NBI Cloud, the largest non-commercial cloud in Germany, provides compute and storage capacity free of charge for academic users. Large data sets, bioinformatic tools and preconfigured analysis pipelines are available to the large Life Sciences community. The Cloud Center Berlin/Heidelberg is led by Christian Lawerenz.

 

Further information can be found on the de.NBI Cloud webpage.

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Latest News

Christian Conrad receives BIH Professorship for Intelligent Imaging

Congratulations Christian!!!   Researchers today often do not look through the microscope themselves: With the vast number of cells, tissue sections and tumor samples, there is simply too much for

Martin Peuker: CIO of the year 2020

Charité CIO Martin Peuker is driving digitization in the healthcare sector with the Health Data Platform. The jury awards him 1st prize in the Public Sector category for his outstandig achievment. 

First Human Cell Atlas of the Pancreas on single-cell resolution

We are pleased to present our recent achievements in building the Human Cell Atlas of the Pancreas on single-cell resolution. Due to its high autolytic activities, the pancreas is a very challenging

Professor Dominik Niopek has been awarded the Life Science Bridge Award

Professor Dominik Niopek, Department of Biology at the TU, has been awarded the "Life Sciences Bridge - Aventis Foundation Postdoctoral Award" research prize sponsored by the Aventis Foundation. The