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Aridhia is Introducing Containers to Workspaces ➜
 
Laura

Historically, we have allowed users to bring their own compute to their secure workspace environment. So far, we have offered this functionality though Virtual Machines ... Read more ➜

Aridhia enables final EPAD data release ➜
 
Andrew

Aridhia, in their partnership with the  European Prevention of Alzheimer’s Dementia Consortium (EPAD), are proud to facilitate the latest and final EPAD data release, the V.IMI. ... Read more ➜

The importance of data insights to facilitate data sharing ➜
 
Rodrigo

A data repository holding diverse data like a hospital Digital Research Environment (DRE), or ecosystems like the AD Workbench or the ICODA COVID- 19 Workbench, ... Read more ➜

Partnering with C-Path on Rare Disease ➜
 
David

Aridhia is delighted to be partnering with C-Path on helping build a precompetitive data collaboration environment to support advanced research efforts in rare diseases. The ... Read more ➜

Launch of Alzheimer’s Disease Data Initiative ➜
 
David

We’re proud to partner with the Alzheimer’s Disease Data Initiative (ADDI) and be a part of the wider ADDI Partner community. The human and health ... Read more ➜

To share or not to share – the ever-present tension in biomedical research ➜
 
David

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the need for effective data sharing and collaboration into sharp focus. Sometimes it takes a crisis to catalyse an acceleration ... Read more ➜

Reproducibility of Clinical Trials: Part 2 ➜
 
Anna

In the first part of this blog post, we focused on the importance of reproducibility in science and the problems we found when trying to ... Read more ➜

Reproducing a Genome-Wide Association Study in an Aridhia DRE Workspace ➜
 
Gabija

This summer I worked at Aridhia on producing one of the two scientific reproducibility demos focusing on Randomised Controlled Trials and Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS). ... Read more ➜

Reproducibility of Clinical Trials: Part 1 ➜
 
Anna

This blog will consists of two parts, this first part will be on the scientific reproducibility crisis and the challenges we found when trying to ... Read more ➜