Tag: Bioinformatics

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UX-driven BioJS Component Design Workshop [TGAC, 20 Apr]

Date: Wednesday 20 April 2016 Venue: The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), Norwich, UK Registration Deadline: Wednesday 13 April REGISTER HERE Registration Fee: £60.00 (includes lunch and refreshments along with course materials) Participation: First come, first served Enquiries: TGAC Training Team Host: Manuel Corpas, The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), […]

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Remarkable Achievements for BioJS in 2015

Perhaps 2015 could be qualified as the year in which BioJS began to truly be an established international initiative. Some numbers are in order. For example: There are 83 unique code contributors to components in the registry Functionality in the registry does not only provide visualisation any more, it […]

Why Should I Care About RNA?

I keep bumping into talks, articles and stuff related to the Bioinformatics of RNAs. It certainly looks appealing. I am not sure though what the fuss is about or whether it is as exciting as the DNA field. The promise of the Next Gen Sequencing and its impact […]

Cloud computing: a new standard platform?

Cloud computing is becoming a technology mature enough for its use in genome research experiments. The use of large datasets, its highly demanding algorithms and the need for sudden computational resources, make large-scale sequencing experiments an attractive test-case for cloud computing. So far I have seen cloud computing […]

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