About BioData.pt

BioData.pt is the Portuguese distributed e-infrastructure for biological data and the Portuguese ELIXIR node.

BioData.pt supports the national scientific system through best practices in data management and state of the art data analysis.

It interfaces with both academia and industry, making research available for innovation, namely in sectors such as agro-food and forestry, sea, and health.

BioData.pt services include ELIXIR services such as our training programme and computing facilities, as well as consulting services in data analysis and management, and a number of community services.





Latest News & Events

Single-cell RNA-Seq analysis using a Seurat based graphical interface

This workshop, to be hosted in the afternoon of Bioinformatics Open Days 2020, is an introduction to differential gene expression analysis of medium-sized single-cell RNA-seq (scRNA-seq) obtained using the 10x Genomics Chromium System. Participants will learn about the basic concepts behind the technology, its applications and concepts, and go through a hands-on exercise where they will perform a re-analysis of a sample of ~3,000 cells from the Mouse Cell Atlas (MCA).

BioData.pt P-BIO: Bioinformatics in Business

This event, integrated in the program of the Bioinformatics Open Days 2020, is an opportunity to engage with experienced entrepreneurs from several companies, in addition to members from BioData.pt and P-BIO, in a series of round tables to discuss how Bioinformatics can play a role in business. It is organized by P-Bio and BioData.pt and coordinated by Filipa Sacadura and Ana Portugal Melo. To attend register at the Bioinformatics Open Days 2020 website, or click in the link below to register for Bioinformatics Open Days 2020.

ELIXIR builds up country capacity in performance and impact evaluation

  • Posted on: 4 February 2020
  • By: Susana Val

Convened by BioData.pt, the first workshop of the ELIXIR-funded Staff Exchange Project entitled “Empowering ELIXIR Nodes to measure and communicate their performance and impact” took place on January 30th, in Lisbon (Portugal). A total of 17 participants, including Portuguese and international stakeholders from Norway, Italy, Spain and Czech Republic, met to build their capacity in performance and impact assessment of research infrastructures in the life sciences. After brief presentations introducing the topic, participants took p