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W3C Workshop on Semantic Web for Life Sciences

27-28 October 2004, Cambridge, Massachusetts USA

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Workshop Background

W3C is holding a workshop on W3C Workshop on Semantic Web for Life Sciences. Attendees will discuss how Semantic Web technologies such as RDF/OWL and domain-specific standards such as the Life Sciences Identifier (LSID) help to manage modern life sciences research, enable disease understanding, and accelerate the development of therapies.

When: 27-28 October 2004

Where: Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

See also:

The event is being organized by the W3C Technology & Society Domain.

The workshop Chairs are Andy Palmer <andy.palmer@ipi.com> and Daniel Weitzner <djweitzner@w3.org>. Please direct any questions you may have to them.

The principal sponsor of the workshop is Infinity Pharmaceuticals. Network Inference is also a sponsor.

Important Information and deadlines for this workshop

Please note that:


The scope of the workshop includes:

Though not a primary focus, the Program Committee will consider proposals regarding intellectual property issues arising from broad SW-LS (Semantic Web and Life Sciences) adoption.

This effort is part of the W3C Technology and Society Domain.


John Wilbanks, W3C Fellow - I3C

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