BioJS CONFERENCE 3-4 JULY, NORWICH, UK http://conf.biojs.net/ Are you a researcher interested in interactive visualisation of massive biological datasets on the web? a developer interested in data visualisation? interested to understand current industry-based end user needs? Would you like to meet recognised leaders in the field of visualisation […]
It had escaped my attention until now this video of the BioJS team in Munich in August 2014. As a result of this, BioJS version 2.0 was born. From left to right: Seb Wilzbach, Tim Ruffles, David Dao, Manuel Corpas, Rafael Jimenez, Michiel Helvensteijn and Iris Shih.
We are pleased to announce that abstract submission for Oral and Poster Presentations at the 2015 Galaxy Community Conference (GCC2015) is now open. Abstract submission for oral presentations closes 10 April, and poster submission closes 1 May. Poster authors will be notified of acceptance status within two weeks of submission, while oral presentation […]
DNAdigest is organising a collaborative symposium on the topic “Open Science in human genomics research – challenges and inspirations” and kindly invites you to join this day of collaborative brainstorming. The event will touch topics like open science, access to sequencing data, privacy concerns around human genomic data, […]
The above is the title of a talk I will be delivering at this year’s OpenTech (21 May 2011), a conference whose objective is to provide a forum of discussion for “people who work on things that matter“. Here is an outline of what I’ll be presenting: Direct-to-consumer […]
I will be speaking at Open Tech 2010 in London (UK) on Friday 11 September 2010. My talk, entitled ‘Who Owns my Genome Data’, will be delivered at the Seminar Room (First Session, 10:30 a.m.). If you are planning to attend Open Tech 2010 this year, let me […]
The “ISCB-Africa ASBCB Joint Conference on Bioinformatics of Infectious Diseases: Pathogens, Hosts and Vectors” will provide a forum for discussion, fostering of new collaborations and the development of this nascent field in Africa, promoting more effective networking and novel research initiatives on the continent. It is expected that there will be an important presence of EMBnet key members and people from African EMBnet nodes. A key result will be to improve regional training as a direct consequence of sharing training techniques and material relevant to hosts, pathogens and diseases. The meeting will also facilitate links between young and emerging scientists from Africa, established leading African scientists and distinguished colleagues from the international community. The conference will be followed by two days of workshops for students and trainers, for which we have received commitment from several leading African, European and American researchers to serve as organizers and presenters.
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