Get better answers to your research questions. Faster. 

Euretos' Bio Relations and Intelligence Network (BRAIN) provides industrial grade access to an unprecedented knowledge base of life sciences literature and data resources. 

BRAIN offers revolutionary capabilities to interpret data and share insights enabling you to get better answers to your research questions. Faster.

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Your research questions. Interpreted. Answered. Shared.

BRAIN is all about your research questions. We have created powerful and easy to use workflows that will guide you step by step to the best answers to "frequently asked research questions". For more flexible exploration, the mindmap provides great possibilities to construct and validate complex research hypotheses. With BRAIN you will get better answers. Faster.


Industrial grade life sciences knowledge software. For all.

We believe every life scientist should have the best possible access to life sciences knowledge. In our view this includes everyone involved in life sciences research, student included. That's why we have created a free student version of BRAIN which provides full access to the entire knowledge base. Have a look and see how BRAIN can empower your studies!


Prof. David Webb (Scripps Research Institute)

BRAIN is nothing less than an in silico way to save all drug and biotech researchers an infinite amount of blood, sweat and tears by providing them with a very powerful knowledge discovery platform.

BRAIN allows the researcher to rapidly assess whether a given target, research area, etc., is related, even distantly, to another such entity thus allowing one to uncover hidden connections, leading to new knowledge. In the drug discovery arena, this thing is a gold mine

The Gene Disease Association Study (GDAS) Initiative

One of our key ambitions is to make industrial grade knowledge discovery available to all. We believe knowledge should be shared as early on as and widely as possible. To enable this type of knowledge sharing on genetic diseases we have started a public private initiative, the ‘Gene Disease Association Study(GDAS)initiative with the Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC), the Erasmus Medical Centre Rotterdam (EMC) and the Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences (DTL).

In the GDAS initiative potential gene-disease mechanisms are published for generic types of associations (such as GWAS) where no explanatory mechanism has been published. The most promising gene-disease mechanisms are published for review by experts to assess their biological meaning. By focusing on mechanisms supported by multiple types of associations, the likelihood that an association may be biologically relevant is significantly increased. The GDAS initiative will generate potential gene-disease mechanisms for hundreds of associations to be 'crowd reviewed' by the relevant expert communities. If you want to get involved, click here.

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