News and Announcements
How to generate a consensus model for Blood Brain Barrier (BBB) permeability using OpenRiskNet services?
One of the highlights from OpenRiskNet's workshop in Amsterdam was the demonstration of how OpenRiskNet's services can be used for generating consensus models. A case in point is modelling Blood Brain Barrier (BBB) penetration. Multiple BBB models are already present on the OpenRiskNet reference site (CPSign, Jaqpot, Lazar, Weka), and an obvious question is which is best? Or maybe a better question is can I generate a consensus model from these that is better than any individual one?
The new effective date is 20 November 2019.
3rd Consortium Annual Meeting concluded
The final general assembly and 3rd Annual Meeting was held on 22 October 2019 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Final OpenRiskNet Workshop report
The Final OpenRiskNet Workshop was organised on 23-24 October 2019 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The topic of the events was "Creating powerful workflows combining data and software services demonstrated on risk assessment case studies". The workshop was attended by 53 participants, representing all OpenRiskNet stakeholders (scientific, industrial and regulatory communities). This ensured that all relevant and targeted groups that need to be aware of the project achievements have access to this information and are enabled to give feedback, and also be trained on the provided solutions.
Final Agenda of the Workshop
The Final Agenda and the Abstracts Booklet of the OpenRiskNet is available on the web site.
Materials and tutorials for the Deployment Workshop available to participants
The hands-on workshop will shows how to deploy containerised applications to an OpenRiskNet Virtual Environment. It provides background information and simple examples of deploying applications. Some basic understanding of using containers (e.g. Docker) is assumed.
OpenRiskNet webinars concluded
With ten webinar sessions organised in 2019 and four introduction sessions in 2018, OpenRiskNet outreached ~300 participants from different sectors and related areas like risk assessment, e-infrastructures, nanosafety, modelling, toxicology, AOPs or regulatory.
All materials produced during these sessions (video recordings, slides, additional resources) are available online.