Engagement Webinar: Accessing NEON’s Environmental Sample Archives, Applying JGI & EMSL Omics Tools

The National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) is a network of field research sites designed to collect long-term open access ecological data to better understand how U.S. ecosystems are changing. Through the “Facilities Integrating Collaborations for User Science” (FICUS) call between the JGI and the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL), successful applicants can also access resources at NEON. This includes access to the NEON Biorepository at Arizona State University, which archives and makes available for research over 100,000 samples and specimens of over 60 different types of NEON samples and specimens per year.

This NEON-focused webinar (anytime, on-demand) complements a recent webinar co-hosted by the JGI and EMSL inviting researchers to apply for a FICUS proposal. Additionally, researchers may also request access to the Biological Small-Angle Neutron Scattering (Bio-SANS) instrument available at Oak Ridge National Laboratory Center for Structural Molecular Biology. Watch this webinar hosted by EMSL to learn more about BioSANS.

Read More: https://jgi.doe.gov/engagement-webinar-accessing-neon-archives-jgi-emsl-omics-tools/

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