Only a few weeks ahead: Beilstein Open Science Symposium, 15 – 17 October, 2019 Rüdesheim, Germany, 'The What, How and Why of Open Science'.
Registration is open for participants – papers for posters are still welcome.
The scientific program of the upcoming Beilstein Enzymology Symposium is now available.
Registrations and applications for the presentation of posters are still welcome.
The Beilstein-Institut organized a one-day workshop with early career organic chemists from several German research groups. To set the scene for discussions, Prof. Christoph Steinbeck from the University of Jena, gave an overview of research data management in chemistry. The extended discussion led to many interesting points regarding the practical experiences and wishes of the participants.
Members of the MIRAGE Commission along with scientists in the field published a review on status, progress and new inventions for bioinformatics analysis, data submission and storage of protein-released glycans in Nat. Commun.
We are currently seeking three scientific editors (m,f,d) for our journals.
The registration is now open for the upcoming Beilstein Glyco-Bioinformatics Symposium "Time-proof Perspectives on Glycoscience", Limburg, Germany, June 25 - 27, 2019. There are still slots available to present the latest and hottest results from their research with either a poster and a short oral presentation or a software demonstration.