IBISBAHub: The better way to manage your data

Free and open platform for easier research data management

Organise & Structure

Organise & Structure

Organise documents and data to easily manage your research project

Collaborate & Manage access

Manage access

There is a lot of flexibility and control over who can see, download or edit your items

Standardise research data

Standardise research data

Use available standards to describe your dataset and make it ready for publication

Publish & Share data

Publish & Share data

Publish your data and link them to your scientific article


IBISBAHub
Industrial Biotechnology Innovation and Synthetic Biology Accelerator (IBISBA) is a distributed European research infrastructure for biotechnology, gathering research facilities from 8 EU member countries.

By fostering their integration, IBISBA produces translational R&D&I services for an international community of biotechnology stakeholders.
IBISBA 1.0 is composed of research operators and universities from 8 EU Member States (France, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Greece, Finland) and United Kingdom.

For more information about IBISBA and the IBISBAHub see the handbook or the project website
If you are a member of the IBISBA consortium, you should be able to register as a user.

If you would like to advise, collaborate or simply are interested in IBISBA, then please visit the Join Us page.
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IBISBA is a pan-European research infrastructure that is currently funded by the EU Horizon 2020 projects
IBISBA 1.0 (grant agreement number 730976) and PREP-IBISBA (grant agreement number 871118).
Registering data or other knowledge assets on this platform is the sole responsibility of Users.
IBISBA cannot be held responsible for misuse or misappropriation of data and assets belonging to a Third Party..

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