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Resource for Data Management Policy/Procedure:

http://guides.library.uq.edu.au/research-data-management (HVC23)

http://www.itee.uq.edu.au/eresearch/projects/ands/dimer (DC4D)

http://guides.library.uq.edu.au/research-data-management (MODC23)

Projects

Project impetus and drivers
Although cancers may look the same under the microscope, they behave quite differently at the genomic level. By identifying these genetic differences, researchers can start to understand what treatment works for particular patients and administer those first. Understanding which cancers don’t respond to treatment is also ...
"Scoping study for W4 semantic tagging service This project investigated the availability of suitable technologies for providing a Who/What/Where/When (W4) semantic tagging service. The aim of this service is to enable the tagging of texts, images, maps, video and audio content - using tags drawn from controlled vocabularies, that specify ...
The Aims and Objectives of this project are to populate RDA with collection descriptions of Australian-related DNA/RNA/protein sequence data held in the EBI databanks.

For the past 30 years, data in molecular bioscience have routinely been collected from researchers, organised and made freely available via international data facilities. The ...
The ANDS funded OzTrack project aims to accelerate scientific research by creating a common approach to the management and analysis of large and diverse animal tracking datasets. The ability to predict the movement of animals (such as crocodiles, sharks, whales, birds, bats, lizards, cane toads, koalas, dingos as well as ...
For the past 30 years, data in molecular bioscience have routinely been collected from researchers, organised and made freely available via international data facilities. The European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI), part of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), is one of the major international data facilities providing such services. On the ...
The Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis (CMM) bridges the sciences. It seeks to understand the structure and composition of all materials at atomic, molecular, cellular and macromolecular scales. CMM is a foundation member and the Queensland Node of the Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Research Facility (AMMRF). Prior to the project, ...
The UQ High Value Collection project was carried out with the ultimate aim of establishing reliable, robust and long-term solutions for preserving publication-related datasets in an institutional repository such as UQ eSpace. The original goal was to collect datasets underpinning 2015 publications published in journals indexed in Nature Index. 17 ...
RESEARCH FOCUS Structural biology has emerged as one of the most powerful approaches for defining the functions of proteins. The strong predictive power of structure in functional annotation has resulted in the rapid growth of the field of structural genomics, which has enabled the discovery of novel drug targets and ...
Drivers & aims The field of Spatially Integrated Social Science (SISS) recognises that much data that the social scientist examines has an associated geographic location (for example, surveys may be associated with the geo-location of respondents). SISS systems use such geographic information as the basis for both integrating heterogeneous social ...
The UQ Data Collections Registry (UQ-DCR) project has developed an institutional metadata store for The University of Queensland. An institutional metadata store gathers metadata records from across the institution, to collate and publish them as a single set of metadata records from the institution. The UQ-DCR focuses on metadata records ...
The UQ Seeding the Commons project aimed to improve discovery and re-use of University of Queensland research data. In particular, the project aimed to: 1. Develop data management policy, practice and infrastructure at UQ; 2. Contribute research data descriptions to Research Data Australia and other discovery systems; 3. Contribute to ...
This project is co-funded with Research Data Services. The projects aims to (1) develop and demonstrate a list of requirements that are necessary and sufficient to obtain trusted data from NIF instruments (i.e. to ensure the quality, durability and reliability of data acquired on NIF instruments) and (2) to manage ...
In this MODC project, The University of Queensland supported two major open data projects: 1. The AUSTRALIAN WHEAT collection 2. The FLINT COLLECTION 1. AUSTRALIAN WHEAT The Australian Wheat project was a major initiative by Professor Dave Edwards’s research team in the School of Agriculture and Food Sciences at The ...
"The Aims and Objectives of this project are: Component A: to populate RDA with collection descriptions of data held in the EBI databanks. For the past 30 years, data in molecular bioscience have routinely been collected from researchers, organised and made freely available via international data facilities. The European Bioinformatics ...
Research focus The UQ Anthropology Museum houses a significant collection of ethnographic material, numbering over 19,000 artefacts and over 6500 photographs. It is the largest university collection of ethnographic material and visual culture in Australia and contains many unique and rare items. Just under half of the collection comprises things ...
The TissueStack project is aimed at high resolution 3D imaging with an initial focus on neurological and biological sciences. The project has equal applicability to and has been used in other fields with a need to disseminate large 3D datasets including mining, chemical engineering and digital curation. Modern scientific imaging ...
EIF007 Health-e-reef project developed the GBR-CAT (Great Barrier Reef-Climate Analysis Tools) system to host and share coral reef related data generated by researchers at the University of Queensland Centre for Marine Studies, their collaborators in the Coral Watch community/volunteer group and in the government funded Australian Institute of Marine Science ...
BioPlatforms Australia (BPA) has funded a number of datasets generation initiatives around important research themes and scientific challenges faced by Australian researchers to provide a unique public resource for the benefit of Australian life sciences research. These large scale genomic, proteomic and metabolomic datasets are being generated and centrally managed ...