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Yasmin Alam-Faruque

Eagle Genomics Hosting Breakfast Roundtable at Precision Medicine Congress 2015

July 22, 2015 / no comments / in Announcements, Blog / by Ivan Karabaliev

Eagle Genomics is a Gold Sponsor and hosting a breakfast roundtable at the 2nd annual Precision Medicine Congress, a two-day event on 14-15 September 2015 in London, UK.

Glenn Proctor

Life Sciences in the Cloud: Everything Changes, All The Time

Earlier this month I gave a talk at the Amazon Web Services’ (AWS’) “Cloud Computing and Life Sciences” event in Cambridge, UK. Eagle Genomics is an AWS Consulting Partner, and it’s great to be invited to speak at events like this because it..

Eleanor Stanley

Do Data Standards Really Matter?

The assertion is that there is a molecular basis behind every phenotype; in our genome it is the riddle that can be solved to determine our appearance, behaviour, disease susceptibility, mental and physical health, and many other areas of..

Will Spooner speaking at BioJS Conference 3-4 July 2015 - Data Visualisation & Open-Source Coding

June 24, 2015 / no comments / in Announcements / by Ivan Karabaliev

Will Spooner, Eagle Genomics CSO, will be speaking at BioJS Conference 2015, a two-day event focused on visualisation of biological datasets through the development of open-source JavaScript coding in Norwich, UK on 3-4 July 2015. #biojs15

Eagle Genomics facilitates a round-table discussion at BioData World Congress 2015

William Spooner, Eagle Genomics' CSO, will be facilitating a round-table discussion at the upcoming BioData World Congress (21-22 October 2015) to be held at the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Cambridge, UK.

Keynote Abstract 2015: Big Data in Translational Medical Research #egsym15

This is the keynote post to the abstract series covering the topics at the Eagle Symposium 2015 kindly provided by Ewan Birney, Joint Associate Director of EMBL-EBI addressing the subject of "Big Data in Translational Medical Research"

Vincent Plagnol: Mendelian Disorders: Transitioning from the Obvious to the Uncertain. #egsym15

Continuing with the abstract series covering the topics at the Eagle Symposium 2015, this summary has been kindly provided by Vincent Plagnol, Head of Computational Biology  at Inivata and reader at University College London (UCL) , who will be..

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