Introduction of the Korea BioData Station (K-BDS) for sharing biological data

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Introduction of the Korea BioData Station (K-BDS) for sharing biological data
Byunguk LeeSeungwoo HwangPan-Gyu KimGun Hwan KoKiwon JangSangok KimJong-Hwan KimJongbum JeonHyerin KimJaeeun JungByoung-Ha YoonIksu ByeonIn Su JangWang Ho SongJin Hyuk ChoiSeon-Young Kim
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Genomics & Informatics, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. e12-e12
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A wave of new technologies has created opportunities for the cost-effective generation of high-throughput profiles of biological systems, foreshadowing a "data-driven science" era. The large variety of data available from biological research is also a rich resource that can be used for innovative endeavors. However, we are facing considerable challenges in big data deposition, integration, and translation due to the complexity of biological data and its production at unprecedented exponential rates. To address these problems, in 2020, the Korean government officially announced a national strategy to collect and manage the biological data produced through national R&D fund allocations and provide the collected data to researchers. To this end, the Korea Bioinformation Center (KOBIC) developed a new biological data repository, the Korea BioData Station (K-BDS), for sharing data from individual researchers and research programs to create a data-driven biological study environment. The K-BDS is dedicated to providing free open access to a suite of featured data resources in support of worldwide activities in both academia and industry.
Biological dataData repositoryNational R&D
Korea Soc-Assoc-Inst
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