EUbOPEN case study: Open by design saves time
The EUbOPEN project is an international consortium of 22 partners from academia and industry, funded by IMI/IHI.
The goal of EUbOPEN is to create a library of compounds binding to 1,000 proteins. The goal of EUbOPEN is to create a library of compounds binding to 1,000 proteins. These ~5,000 compounds will be well characterised for their ability to interact with human proteins within their native environment, the cell.
To achieve its goal, EUbOPEN is fully committed to Open Science and aims to publish all its generated data open and fully accessible to everyone. The project has been working with experts from the FAIRplus project to organise the project’s data to be accessible and interoperable for end users.
This case study details how EUbOPEN’s commitment to Open Science allowed the FAIRplus squad teams to quickly and efficiently gain an overview of the data available, and the data to be generated over the course of the project.
The FAIRplus squad teams have summarised their work on this in the FAIR Cookbook. The recipe gives background on the current data standards for high-content multiplex screening, and proposes a pragmatic way to organise the data with minimal effort on the researcher’s side.
Read/download/share the EUbOPEN case study, openly available on Zenodo
For more information on the EUbOPEN case, visit the FAIR Cookbook applied example