About SciLifeLab FAIR Storage
SciLifeLab offers storage resources to support data-driven life science, they are collectively referred to as ‘SciLifeLab FAIR Storage’.
SciLifeLab FAIR Storage resources are intended to support data sharing in accordance with the FAIR principles. They are available for any project that advances knowledge and discovery within the field of Swedish data-driven life science. On this page, you will find all of the information that you could need to access and use SciLifeLab FAIR Storage.
The allocation of resources and application process are both managed by SciLifeLab Data Centre. All steering documents related to SciLifeLab FAIR Storage will also be published on this page.
Documents and guidelines
Below you will find all of the documents and guidelines related to FAIR Storage. In order to get started, refer to the ‘Guidelines for applicants and administrators of SciLifeLab FAIR Storage’ in the general documents section.
SciLifeLab FAIR Storage Guidelines for Applicants and Administrators.
(Start by reading this document in order to use FAIR Storage)
Data Centre documents
Intended use and allocation (to be published)
Applications to access FAIR Storage should be made through the Swedish User and Project Repository (SUPR) Portal, which also contains all of the forms related to project proposals and applications. You’ll find the round for FAIR Storage as SciLifeLab [annum] in the section for Storage Rounds under Centre Local Compute.
The recording of an event held on 30th November 2023 to discuss how to apply for SciLifeLab FAIR Storage Resources is available on YouTube. Please note that, as of 2024, there are some changes to the instructions detailed in the video. In particular, all future rounds will be located under Storage Rounds, rather than Compute Rounds.
For questions, please contact us at FAIRstorage@scilifelab.se