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Life Science Trends 2014

A new free report from Carlyle Conlan and George James Ltd., titled "Life Science Trends 2014", features an interview with Eagle's Richard Holland on Big Data in the Life Sciences (pp 33-35). The report is quite wide-ranging in scope but covers a..

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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.

Chef Solo and Vagrant to Rapidly Prototype Virtual Machines

February 11, 2014 / no comments / in Bioinformatics / by Bart Ailey
February 11, 2014 no comments in Bioinformatics by Bart Ailey

Eagle makes very heavy use of virtual machines (VMs) both on public and private clouds. This is done within the context of providing data and software to customer directly or in a work flow. Many of these VMs require complex and protracted installs..

Eagle CTO attending HPC and big data conference

February 3, 2014 / no comments / in Bioinformatics / by Ivan Karabaliev

William Spooner, CTO of Eagle Genomics will be attending the High Performance Computing & Big Data conference in London, 6th February. 

Mystic Eagle's 2014 Predictions

January 13, 2014 / no comments / in Bioinformatics / by Richard Holland

This year I'm writing these predictions at PAG, the Plant and Animal Genome Conference, where everything under the sun is discussed under the sun in California. The somewhat relaxed atmosphere before and after the conference sessions is not..

Did Bioinformatics Free the NIH Chimps?

Last month saw the news the NIH is retiring most of its chimpanzees used for research. The NIH will retain up to 50 chimpanzees for future research, but will retire more than 150.

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