Data Science News Archive

Call for Proposals: Pilot Translation and Clinical Studies Program

The UC Davis Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) requests applications in response to this call for Health Data Analytics proposals to be conducted in the 2022-2023 funding period (October through May). These awards are intended to support short-term high impact analytics in health data science for current projects and to aid in providing data […]

2022 CITRIS Seed Funding Applications Open

DataLab welcomes the opportunity to partner with 2022 CITRIS Seed Funding applicants on project proposals, due October 10, 2022. The CITRIS Seed Funding program issues short-term, competitive awards of $40,000–$60,000 per project to advance information technology research and catalyze early work that can benefit industry, the public sector and society at large. These funds are awarded […]

NIH Common Fund Hackathon

The NIH Common Fund Data Ecosystem will be hosting a hackathon on NIH Common Fund data sets from May 9 – 13! This hackathon has both synchronous and asynchronous work, with concentrated hackathon sessions on specific data sets. Participants can attend whichever hackathon sessions they are interested in. Participants can also form working groups and tackle […]

HackDavis Returns April 16-17

DataLab is pleased to sponsor HackDavis 2022, a 24-hour collegiate hackathon dedicated to empowering student hackers to collaborate and build impactful projects that make the world a better place. This year’s hackathon will take place in-person at the University Credit Union Center in Davis on April 16-17, 2022, with options for virtual participation. Get Involved […]

NIH Common Fund Data Ecosystem Virtual Hackathon

The NIH Common Fund Data Ecosystem will be hosting a hackathon on NIH Common Fund data sets from February 21 – 25. This hackathon has both synchronous and asynchronous work, with concentrated hackathon sessions on specific data sets. Participants can attend whichever hackathon sessions they are interested in, and also form working groups and tackle issues […]

US Census Open Data for Good Grand Challenge

The US Census Bureau, through Challenge.gov, is hosting an open challenge to create new products or data analyses which address: 1) Climate, Resilience, and the Natural Environment; 2) Society, Economy, and the Built Environment; or 3) Health and COVID-19. With a total cash prize pool of $310,000 it is well worth exploring further!