School of Computer Science, The University of Manchester

The School of Computer Science has a world-wide reputation in e-Science. Carole Goble’s group applies knowledge and data management, and distributed and social computing to the Life Sciences and has produced a range of popular production-quality resources including: The Taverna Workflows Tool Suite which powers the BioVeL project (FP7 Grant no. 283359), RightField for data curation, www.biodiversitycatalogue.org and the SEEK platform for Systems Biology asset management (BB/I004637/1 SysMO-DB2, BBG0102181 SysMO-DB). 

Organisation name: 
The University of Manchester
Country: 
United Kingdom
Contact name: 
Carole Goble, Norman Morrison
Contact e-mail: 
carole.goble@manchester.ac.uk, norman.morrison@manchester.ac.uk
Computing: 
HPC
Software as service
Data management
Vocabularies/ontologies
LOD
User interface: 
Citizen science
VREs
Training/outreach
Applied science/policy
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