Present your work!
Become a contributor and share your work with the community! Contributing content is easy. Our step-by-step forms will guide you through the process.
What do I need?
The submission process will guide you through step-by-step, but for more detailed instructions on what can be submitted and how, please see the list of submission types below.
Intellectual Property Considerations
All materials contributed must have clearly defined rights and privileges. Online presentations and instructional material are normally licensed under Creative Commons 3. Read more details about our licensing policies.
Questions or concerns?
We hope that our self-service upload process is intuitive and easy to use. If you encounter any problems during the upload process or need assistance of any kind, please file a trouble report.
What can I contribute?
Resources specific for the C3bio research team only and contains analysis data and experiment results.
An animation is a Flash-based demo or short movie that illustrates some concept.
A download is a type of resource that users can download and use on their own computer.
Course lectures, teaching materials and learning modules.
Notes are typically a category for any resource that might not fit any of the other categories.
In-house presentations and conference/ symposia/workshop oral and posters, and Flash-based voiced presentation.
Journal publications and other press/media articles.
EFRC and other administrative documentation.
A simulation tool is software that allows users to run a specific type of calculation.