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Living Human Project
The Living Human Project (LHP) is developing a, distributed repository of anatomo-functional data and simulation algorithms for the human musculoskeletal apparatus used to create the physiome of the human musculoskeletal system.
The initiative started in 2002. In 2006 The BEL was merged with to Biomed Town, a new Internet community reserved to all those who have professional interest in biomedical research. The BEL data repository remains available on Biomed Town for historical reasons.
Living Human Digital Library
The LHDL project will ended in January 2009; soon after, the LHDL consortium released a biomedical data management and sharing service, called Physiome Space. Physiome Space makes possible for single researchers as well as for large consortia to share with their peers very large collections of biomedical data, including medical imaging, computer simulations, etc. It is possible to sign up for the users group, which should start in the last quarter of 2008.
The users of LHP created a collaborative community within Biomed Town.