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Eagle Genomics symposium presentations

Presentation slides from "Provisioning Bioinformatics for the Next Decade - are we prepared?"

Eagle Genomics had its first symposium on the 5th April 2011, where 8 speakers from different fields of biotechnology sectors including the president of..

Cognizant and Eagle Genomics to Work with Pistoia Alliance to Develop a Cloud-based Platform for Streamlining Sequence Services

LONDON, April 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Cognizant (NASDAQ: CTSH), a leading provider of consulting, technology, and business process outsourcing services, and Eagle Genomics Ltd., a bioinformatics software company specializing in genomic data..

Survey preliminary results

At the Eagle Genomics Symposium on Tuesday, our Technical Director Will Spooner presented preliminary results from the survey we ran in parallel with the registration process. Will is going to post a full analysis on this blog soon, but for now here..

Eagle content now free to all

March 29, 2011 / no comments / in Announcements / by Richard Holland

Following some heated in-house discussions about the evils of marketing and requiring registration before free content can be downloaded, Eagle Genomics have done the right thing and moved to a fully free and open access model for our specialist..

Will Spooner

Eagle and Manchester sign KTA for Taverna

Eagle Genomics Ltd. has signed a collaboration agreement with The University of Manchester to provide commercial support for Taverna, the open-source Workflow Management System.

Eagle becomes an Amazon Solution Provider

January 4, 2011 / no comments / in Announcements / by Richard Holland

Eagle Genomics has become an official Amazon Web Services Solution Provider. This is in recognition of our extensive use of Amazon services to build a wide range of bioinformatics projects for our customers. Our intention is to build on this in..

European Conference on Computational Biology, Ghent ( ECCB10)

In a couple of weeks I shall be attending the ECCB10 conference in Ghent. I have just been reading through the talks and needless to say it looks interesting. I shall be presenting a poster this time, on "An Ensembl-based pipeline for microRNA..

DBCLS BioHackathon

In February 2008 I attended a BioHackathon held at DBCLS in Tokyo to work on semantic data in open-source bioinformatics toolkits. My role at the time was to represent BioJava along with my erstwhile BioJava colleague Mark Schreiber, and the two of..

Abel Ureta-Vidal

Eucalyptus has now a serious competitor

I discovered in this article by Joseph Forn that Eucalyptus, the well known open source infrastructure software to establish cloud environment, is in fact not 100% open source. The story goes that a code contributor, namely NASA, using Eucalyptus..

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