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Dennie Hebels and Jan de Boer win Open Science Use Case Award

The Open Science Use Case Awards recognize researchers who have used Open Science to make their research more accessible, transparent or reproducible. The call was looking for use cases that explored challenges and difficulties as well as positive experiences and successful outcomes.

One of the five winners is the team consisting of Dennie Hebels and Jan de Boer (TU/e, BiS department) with the use case: “cBiT: The Compendium for Biomaterial Transcriptomics”, based on their earlier work on the development of a biomaterial-based transcriptomics data repository called cBiT.

Congratulations!