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Biomarker Discovery Plus

 Approach

Eagle has a proven history of discovering actionable biomarkers in complex molecular datasets. Our success is based on a flexible, disciplined and collaborative approach that puts the researcher’s scientific priorities first. This is..

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Answering Complex Scientific Questions

Can I reuse my data ?

As data scientists are fond of telling us, data reuse reduces time to discovery, promotes cost efficiency and ultimately leads to discoveries that would not otherwise have been made. Can organisations currently reuse their..

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Ensembl comparative genomics resources

Evolution provides the unifying framework with which to understand biology. The coherent investigation of genic and genomic data often requires comparative genomics analyses based on whole-genome alignments, sets of homologous genes and other..

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BioJS collection published on F1000Research

Eagle are proud to be involved in BioJS, a collection of JavaScript components for client-side visualisation of biological data. The BioJS community has today released a collection of 14 articles on F1000Research.

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The secret to efficient data processing on HPC/Cloud

This post reveals the secret behind Eagle's uncanny ability to rapidly develop and deploy highly efficient, flexible data processing pipelines on virtually any HPC infrastructure including Cloud. And the secret's simple; the secret (back to..

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Oxford Nanopore and the promise of pay-as-you-go sequencing

February 21, 2012 / no comments / in Bioinformatics / by Will Spooner
February 21, 2012 no comments in Bioinformatics by Will Spooner

It's always exciting to hear of a new sequencing technology approaching fruition, and Oxford Nanopore's emergence from "stealth mode" at the AGBT meeting in Florida last week especially so (good coverage here). The technology is appealing as it..

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Cloud will disrupt the outsourcing model

From time to time I read a paragraph in an article that chimes precisely with my own views. Although expressed more elegantly and succinctly than my own, such missives are admittedly self-affirming. Here's a case in point from Forbes' Joe McKendrick..

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Could genomics resurrect phytomedicine?

When invited, back in the heady days of late summer, I eagerly agreed to present a short talk on the use of genomics in phytomedicine at OneNucleus' Genesis 2011 conference. But when it came to preparing the talk I put it off until the last..

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