SBDI will contribute in a DDLS Research area conference september 8-9. This mini-symposium covers, among other topics: new technologies, Al, the use of DNA, Infrastructure support and collaboration opportunities. There will be several inspiring keynote talks.
The practice of life science is continuously becoming more data-dependent. The amount and complexity of data is growing exponentially, and more scientific discoveries are enabled when data is openly available to researchers across the world. This is the basis for the SciLifeLab and Wallenberg National Program on Data-Driven Life Science (DDLS).
One of four strategic areas for data-driven research is Evolution and biodiversity. DDLS initiative and data-driven evolution and biodiversity research: where next?