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DisVis web portal

Visualisation of interaction space between two molecules

Provided by:
World-wide E-infrastructure for structural biology, Bijvoet Center - Utrecht University
Scientific domain:
Biological Sciences, Other Medical Sciences
Dedicated for:
Researchers, Students, Research Communities
Open Access

HADDOCK2.4 web portal

Integrative modelling of biomolecular complexes

Provided by:
Bijvoet Center - Utrecht University, World-wide E-infrastructure for structural biology
Scientific domain:
Biological Sciences, Other Medical Sciences
Dedicated for:
Students, Research Communities
Open Access

Open Science MOOC

We want to help make open the default setting for all global research.

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Open Science MOOC
Scientific domain:
Generic
Dedicated for:
Researchers, Students, Research Groups, Research Organisations
Open Access

PowerFit web portal

Fit an atomic model with a electron density map.

Provided by:
World-wide E-infrastructure for structural biology, Bijvoet Center - Utrecht University
Scientific domain:
Biological Sciences, Other Medical Sciences
Dedicated for:
Students, Research Communities
Open Access

SpotOn

Identify Hot-Spots at protein-protein interfaces.

Provided by:
World-wide E-infrastructure for structural biology, Bijvoet Center - Utrecht University
Scientific domain:
Biological Sciences, Other Medical Sciences
Dedicated for:
Students, Researchers, Research Communities
Open Access

Virtual Imaging Platform

Medical simulation and image data analysis as a service

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Scientific domain:
Health Sciences
Dedicated for:
Students, Researchers, Research Communities
Open Access

The EOSC Portal is operated by the EOSC Enhance (Grant Agreement no. 871160), EOSC-hub (Grant Agreement no. 777536), and OpenAIRE-Advance (Grant Agreement no. 777541) projects funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.For a complete list of contributors, visit the About EOSC Portal