Welcome to our bioscience portal, where we feature content and news about our program in biosciences.
Our goal for the program is two fold:
1) to introduce the bioscience community to open, web-based annotation;
2) to explore specialized uses within the biosciences to inform future development.
Attention Biocurators: Interested in controlled tagging using Hypothesis? We have developed some prototypes that allow Hypothesis to tag with controlled vocabularies and ontologies. We’d like your feedback. If interested, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, many in the Hypothesis community are developing tools using Hypothesis that handle more specialized use cases. See what they are up to and add your own.
Whether you are a researcher, student, educator, journal editor, funder or just a fan of bioscience, we think that Hypothesis can become an essential part of your work.
- Why does bioscience need open annotation?
- Who is using Hypothesis in bioscience?
- Bioscience Advisory Board
- Blog Posts for Researchers
- Bioscience Presentations
- Getting started with Hypothesis
- Get help with Hypothesis
- Contact us
We are actively working with partners, and always looking for new ones, to develop new functionality and explore use cases.
I Annotate 2017: San Francisco, California USA on 4-5 May 2017.
International Biocuration Meeting 2017: Hypothesis once again participated in the Gigascience Annotation Challenge 26-29 March, 2017 at Stanford University, California USA.
Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, California USA on Nov 12-16, 2016.
I Annotate 2016: Berlin, Germany on 19-20 May 2016.