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== BioCatalogue The BioCatalogue is a Web application that provides a registry of Web services. It has been originally designed as a registry of biological services but in reality it is domain-independent and can be used for registering SOAP and REST services from any domain. The goals of the BioCatalogue are: - Provide a single registration point for Web service providers and a single search site for scientists and developers. - Provide a curated catalogue of Web services. - Providers, expert curators and users can provide oversight, monitor the catalogue and provide high quality annotations for services. - Provide a place where the community can find, contact and meet the experts and maintainers of these services. The BioCatalogue was a BBSRC-funded project and has been running since 1st June 2008. The project was a joint venture between the University of Manchester (led by Carole Goble) and the EMBL-EBI (led by Rodrigo Lopez). The service is still running at http://www.biocatalogue.org and is maintained by the University of Manchester. You can read more about the project at https://www.biocatalogue.org/wiki/. You can stand up your own instance of BioCatalogue by following the installation instructions at: http://dev.mygrid.org.uk/wiki/display/servicecatalographer/Installation+Instructions+-+Production http://dev.mygrid.org.uk/wiki/display/servicecatalographer/Installation+Instructions+-+Development