SCAR MEETING Announcements: We will have a short presentation, demonstration of the data system followed by discussion and questions session at the SCAR Open Science meeting in Kuala Lumpur on Monday August 22nd. Please join us!! Date: Monday, 22 August Time: 13:00-14:00 Location: KLCC, Room: 307 On Friday August 26th we will have a … Continue reading mARS @ SCAR 2016
REGISTER NOWabstract submission deadline:14 February 2014http://www.scar2014.com/call-for-abstracts/Convenors:Prof. Alison Murray, DRI, USAProf. Nils Chr. Stenseth, University of Oslo, NorwayDr. Ian Hawes, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
The mARS (Microbial Antarctic Resource System) workshop was organised in Brussels, BELGIUM, and was hosted by the Marine Biology lab at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB).You can download the report here.
Creating the Microbial Antarctic Resource SystemDr. Alison Murray, Division of Earth and Ecosystem Sciences, Desert Research InstituteDr. Bruno Danis, Marine Biology Lab, Université Libre de BruxellesDr. Anton Van de Putte, biodiversity.aq, Royal Belgian Institute of Natural SciencesDraft version 0.3 (July 2013)Capturing commentsWe are now welcoming comments on this White Paper in order to to give … Continue reading mARS White Paper
Another mARS meeting took place in Brussels, to wrapup the White Paper on mARS and start collecting feedback from the community before the project is validated and starts building the initial content. We would like the process to be transparent and participative, so we are now welcoming comments on the White Paper, through a dedicated … Continue reading mARS and chocolates
This Blog is intended to be a place for reflection on the setup and deployment of the new Microbial Antarctic Resources System (mARS). mARS is devoted to respond to the urgent need expressed by the Antarctic microbial research community to be able to discover and access existing data and to agree on operating procedures and … Continue reading About this Blog
mARS organized an information workshop in the framework of the SCAR Open Science Conference, to inform the microbiologists community about the concept underlaying the initiative. Alison Murray and Bruno Danis gave presentations to inform the audience about the scope and potential of the project. These presentations are available on Slideshare. A good consensus was reached … Continue reading mARS at the SCAR Conference