"Establishing a node for FAIRifying metabolomics and phenomics data in the European Open Science Cloud" - joint workshop, 9th-10th March in Leiden, co-hosted by PhenoMeNal and the GO FAIR initiative led by Barend Mons, the former chairman of the European High-level group on the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). The end of the workshop will mark…
To identify the key needs of the clinicians from metabolomics point of view, PhenoMeNal has established a working group involving clinical metabolomics practitioners and members from the consortium. This working group will contribute views and suggestions on the kind and/or specifics of computational services needed to support the transition of metabolomics from clinical research towards clinical practice including advise…
26th - 28th October 2016, Berlin. Are you participating in the 1st Conference of the European Association of Systems Medicine, Berlin? Listen to Marta Cascante from University of Barcelona, talk about metabolomic analysis and role of PhenoMeNal. For agenda and details, click here.    
The PhenoMeNal consortium is pleased to welcome the Centre for Advanced Studies, Research and Development in Sardinia (CRS4), the Italian national node of BBMRI-ERIC (BBMRI.it). It is the largest omics data production and processing facility in Italy and has experience in the development of high-throughput computational pipelines. 
PhenoMeNal is participating as a panelist in the session on Virtual Research Environments (VRE) for the Open Science Cloud at the Digital Infrastructures for Research (DI4R2016), 28-30 September 2016, Krákow Poland. Organised by the BlueBRIDGE project, the session will include some lightning talks and discussions on the VRE sector.
Metabolomics is a key source of experimental information to understand the functional processes ongoing in cells. As such, it is central to systems biology. For this reason, we set up a working group initially involving PhenoMeNal partners and the Wageningen Centre for Systems Biology to explore the state-of-the-art and perspective of metabolomics in systems biology.…
One of the main routes to mzML-formatted data is using Open Source converter msconvert. It can convert to mzML from most of the vendor formats. In PhenoMeNal, we have now succeeded to package msconvert in a Docker container and execute it in the WINE environment (“Run Windows applications on Linux, BSD, Solaris and Mac OS…
Our partners in Uppsala successfully provision the PhenoMeNal Virtual Research Environment (VRE) on various platforms: Google Cloud, EBI Embassy Cloud (OpenStack), and SNIC Science Cloud (OpenStack). For more information visit:  https://cloud.snic.se/index.php/2016/04/20/virtual-research-environments-for-clinical-metabolomics/
We are pleased to announce the availability of our phenomenal docker registry at https://docker-registry.phenomenal-h2020.eu/. This is of course intended for machines, so this is where you point your docker command line to retrieve a docker image. This registry holds all the docker images built through our continuous integration server at https://phenomenal-h2020.eu/jenkins/. So for instance, to pull the…
You can now access the galaxy installation of workflow4metabolomics, just click on http://phenomenal-h2020.eu/galaxy/. Have fun!