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A revolution of data in the life sciences

Implementing Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable (FAIR) data solutions can be challenging. Semi-automated decentralised data sharing tools could support reserchers in making their data F…


By Simon Rayner , Professor , Oslo universitetssykehus


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We need to radically change how we monitor soil health

Sustainable management of soil resources needs a new way to understand and measure soil health. The authors propose a new way of framing future research programmes, as well as acknowledge the impor…


By Jim Harris , Chair in Environmental Technology, Cranfield University


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FEBS Junior Section Speed-dating activity

Have you ever considered doing research abroad? Get first-hand experience on how to get there and what to look out for! The FEBS Junior Section is organising a new kind of networking activity where…


By Biochemistry in Motion , Non-profit youth association, SEBBM Junior Consuls


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AI is here, what does that mean for bioscience education?

Assessment in bioscience education is changing as AIs such as ChatGPT and other language model bots move rapidly into everyday life. This post will explore how well ChatGPT would perform at existin…


By David Paul Smith , Professor, Sheffield Hallam University


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SIB Bursaries

A limited number of bursaries to support Young SIB Members attending the Congress will be available. The call and application forms will soon be published.