One of the top UK news stories yesterday came from our friend Dan Maclean at the Sainsbury lab over in Norwich - some of you may remember him from his presentation at our second symposium in 2012. Dan and his collaborators have developed a..
John Boyle claimed in a Nature blog in July that biology needs to develop its own systems for managing big data, as none of the existing off-the-shelf solutions were suitable and in-house attempts are doomed to failure. As John mentions, a few..
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..
On July 9th, Eagle co-hosted a one-day workshop on plant bioinformatics with NIAB at their brand new Innovation Farm facilties just outside Cambridge, UK. The conference centre itself had only opened six weeks previously and certainly delivered on..
In part one of this short series of blog posts, I discussed the progress that we at Eagle have made in using various cloud services in the day-to-day running of our business.
Eagle and NIAB are co-hosting a plant bioinformatics workshop at NIAB on July 9th.
Given the increasing number of experiments and the need to bring together data and analyse it as a whole, knowing where all your data is and what it is becomes ever more important. There are many spreadsheets out there where scientists have..
I wanted to blog about the issue of the need for more skilled and experienced bioinformaticians in this country, but after I read an article in the Pharma Times saying exactly what I had wanted to say I thought I might as well just redirect Eagle's..