Genomic Science Program. Click to return to home page.

Genomic Science Program

Systems Biology for Energy and the Environment

Department of Energy Office of Science. Click to visit main DOE SC site.

Genomic Science Program

DOE BER Request for Information – Responses due on or before October 31, 2021. The BER Advisory Committee (BERAC) has been charged with assessing the international standing of BER-supported research. Your input is invited and encouraged. Please respond through email to the specific questions in this Request for Information according to the instructions provided at this link: Assessing the National and International Standing of BER Basic Research.

About the DOE Systems Biology Knowledgebase (KBase)

Community-Driven Cyberinfrastructure for Sharing and Integrating Data and Analytical Tools to Accelerate Predictive Biology

The Department of Energy Systems Biology Knowledgebase (KBase) is an open software and data platform that aims to enable researchers to predict and ultimately design biological function. KBase’s unified data model allows users to perform integrated analyses across plants, microbes, and their communities with a wide range of tools that interoperate across the tree of life, and to publish their data, methods, results and thoughts in persistent, citable, executable, and reusable electronic narratives that allow scientists to build on the work of others. KBase's open platform will enable external developers to integrate their analysis tools, facilitating distribution, comparative tool analysis, and access to enterprise-class computing.

KBase/Science Focus Area (SFA) Collaborations

These collaborations benefit KBase users and SFAs alike through the development and implementation of new and exciting tools. To make the process of adding the SFA’s tools to KBase flow smoothly, each collaboration begins with a week-long in-person software development kit (SDK) training session. This is followed by continual developmental support to ensure SFAs are able to build, test, and deploy Apps on the KBase platform. See also: KBase SFA Overview

2019 Collaborations


BER Program Manager for KBase

Ramana Madupu
Phone: 301-903-1398
Email: ramana.madupu@science.doe.gov

  • JBEI's Jay Keasling named Office of Science Distinguished Scientist Fellow. More »
  • DOE BER Early Career Research Funding Opportunity Preapplications due Oct. 21. More »
  • Systems Biology of Bioenergy-Relevant Microbes Projects Awarded. [7/21] More »
  • BER Bioimaging Science Program announces new awards. [7/21] More »
  • DOE BER Request for Information – Responses due by 10- 31-21. More »
  • DOE BER Awards $45.5 Million [6/21] More »
  • Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Program 2021 Solicitation 1 [2/21] More »
  • BER Researcher Susannah Tringe is 2020 Ernest Orlando Lawrence Award Winner More » [01/21]
  • More News and Announcements »

Publication Highlights

  • Publication Highlights »
  • Search Highlights »