Networking

Communication is key to the effective functioning of any society. An important aspect of the International Society for Biocuration is bringing together biocurators, developers, and interested scientists from different databases, disciplines, and areas of the globe.

Social Networking Sites

International Society for Biocuration on LinkedIn
The ISB has a group on the professional social networking site LinkedIn for discussion, meeting reports, interesting papers, and so forth. LinkedIn is free to join; visit the LinkedIn website for more details and to join the ISB group.


BioSharing

http://www.biosharing.org/
The BioSharing website contains news and information about activities related to the development of data policies and standards in the biological domain, in particular for the area of 'omics.


Blogs of interest

OpenHelix Blog by Jennifer Williams

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