OpenTox Collaborative Protege Server is updated to Version 3.4.8 - Server address is now protege.opentox.org
Presented 24 February 2011 at the IQPC Predictive Toxicology Conference, London, UK by Barry Hardy (Douglas Connect) Barry.Hardy -(at)- DouglasConnect.com
How we move interoperable predictive toxicology forward through a collaborative approach on ontology implemented into our applications for the community.
We will hold an OpenTox workshop on 30 May 2010 in Potsdam to discuss approaches to integrating resources and creating interoperable applications for supporting the requirements of predictive toxicological research.
OpenTox Workshop, 19 September 2010, Rhodes, Greece
The first two OpenTox Applications, ToxPredict and ToxCreate, are now available as prototypes.
An invited seminar on OpenTox developments titled "Advances in Predictive Toxicology Applications Satisfying Regulatory, Transparency, and Interoperablity Requirements" was delivered by Barry Hardy (Douglas Connect, OpenTox Project Coordinator) at the Mondial Research Group conference on Predictive Human Toxicity and ADME/Tox Studies, held January 28th - 29th, 2010 in Brussels, Belgium.
We are establishing an OpenTox Collaboration Pool of individuals and organisations who have an interest in collaborating together in the area of predictive toxicology.
Presentation by Barry Hardy on the philosophy, design and methods being used in creating the OpenTox Framework as a "Linux for Predictive Toxicology".
OpenToxipedia, a community-based predictive toxicology knowledge resource, is now open.