The Hub is hosted at Melbourne Bioinformatics (formerly VLSCI) which is also a Node of EMBL-ABR.
Long description – HUB
The EMBL Australia Bioinformatics Resource (EMBL-ABR) is a distributed national research infrastructure providing bioinformatics support to life science researchers in Australia. It was set up as a collaboration with the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) to maximise Australia’s bioinformatics capability. This close partnership is made possible in the context of Australia’s associate membership of EMBL. Its Hub is hosted at Melbourne Bioinformatics through a funding agreement between the University of Melbourne and Bioplatforms Australia.
Short description – HUB
The EMBL Australia Bioinformatics Resource (EMBL-ABR) is a distributed national research infrastructure providing bioinformatics support to life science researchers in Australia. Its Hub is hosted at Melbourne Bioinformatics through a funding agreement between the University of Melbourne and Bioplatforms Australia.
It should be referred to by its full name where possible, the EMBL Australia Bioinformatics Resource (EMBL-ABR).
The acronym EMBL-ABR replaces the now abandoned BRAEMBL.
[Website: www.embl-abr.org.au | Twitter: @EMBL_ABR]
Font for EMBL-ABR communication, presentations, posters, website: Helvetica Neue
Melbourne Bioinformatics and University of Melbourne staff engaged with EMBL-ABR Hub activity will use the EMBL-ABR logo in all correspondence, presentations etc. Affiliated organisations will be represented separately through grouped logos and/or words of acknowledgement.
Melbourne Bioinformatics: Bioinformatics + Data Services + Infrastructure for life sciences today, at the University of Melbourne.
The EMBL Australia Bioinformatics Resource Hub is also hosted at Melbourne Bioinformatics (also an EMBL-ABR Node) through a funding agreement between the University of Melbourne and Bioplatforms Australia.
Nodes are being established in key States where there are active bioinformatics communities. Currently these nodes are at institutions, however some domain-driven nodes may also develop across institutions.
The Resource logo stands alone. For both hubs and nodes, it will be used in conjunction with host institution logos to reflect each unique set of relationships.
All node activity will be branded EMBL-ABR, with the other institutions listed as hosts and this will be documented in the node agreement.
Requirement to acknowledge funding support
When your organisation is required to acknowledge the funding support received from EMBL-ABR, please do so in accordance with the following guidelines.
Statements to acknowledge funding support
Please use one of the following wordings:
- For projects funded solely by EMBL-ABR
This project is supported by the EMBL Australia Bioinformatics Resource (EMBL-ABR). EMBL-ABR is hosted at the Unversity of Melbourne and is supported by the Australian Government through Bioplatforms Australia and the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy Program.
- For projects funded in partnership with other organisations
This project is supported by the EMBL Australia Bioinformatics Resource (EMBL-ABR) as well as through the (insert name of other agency). EMBL-ABR is hosted at the University of Melbourne and is supported by the Australian Government through Bioplatforms Australia and the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy Program.
Your organisation is required to acknowledge the support of EMBL-ABR by (i) using the applicable form of words from above, on any website that provides information about the project funded and (ii) providing a link to the home page of the EMBL-ABR website www.embl-abr.org.au.
Presentation and print acknowledgement
Acknowledgement statements should be included in presentations and printed materials associated with the funded activity such as:
- Annual reports
- Newsletters, brochures or posters
- Conference programs, papers, presentations or posters
- Media releases and speeches (please contact email@example.com for any media release and speech queries)
Its use must be agreed to for each instance through contacting the Communications team.
The logo should be reproduced at a size that reasonably reflects EMBL-ABR’s contribution. For example, if EMBL-ABR provided the majority of funds, its acknowledgement should receive prominence over other contributors.
As a Node of EMBL-ABR, you are welcome to use the logo in your communications and to put this button on your institutional website and to link back to your activities as documented this site.
Just add the html snippet below to your web page (and please contact Helen or Christina if you need other formats/versions):
<!-- EMBL-ABR Button -->
<img src="https://www.embl-abr.org.au/EMBL-ABR-logo.png" alt="We are a Node in the EMBL Australia
Bioinformatics Resource community network. Link here to learn more about this network" border="0" /></a>
<!-- /EMBL-ABR Button -->
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for this
Australian Hub flyer – June 2016
The following materials are for trainers to download for incorporation into online training materials being developed for EMBL-ABR accreditation.
Preferred font: Helvetica Neue.
Title – 28, u/l case, no bold
Next Heading – 18, u/l case, no bold
Text – 11, u/l case, no bold
Colour green is #228b22
Training template icons:
These are for use in promoting key areas of our activities (higher res versions and other file types are available):