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Symposium Abstract #4 - Matt Hall

February 10, 2011 / no comments / in Bioinformatics, Blog / by Richard Holland

This is the fourth of the abstracts for talks being given at the 1st Eagle Genomics Symposium, "Provisioning Bioinformatics for the Next Decade - are we prepared?". This week we'll hear from Matt Hall, UK Team Leader Computational Biology for GSK...

Symposium Abstract #3 - Nick Lynch

This is the third of the abstracts for talks being given at the 1st Eagle Genomics Symposium, "Provisioning Bioinformatics for the Next Decade - are we prepared?". This week we'll hear about the keynote presentation being given by AstraZeneca's Nick..

Symposium Abstract #2 - Carole Goble

January 27, 2011 / no comments / in Bioinformatics, Blog / by Richard Holland

This is the second of the abstracts for talks being given at the 1st Eagle Genomics Symposium, "Provisioning Bioinformatics for the Next Decade - are we prepared?". This week we'll hear from Professor Carole Goble of the University of Manchester's..

Symposium Abstract #1 - Mark Forster

January 21, 2011 / no comments / in Bioinformatics, Blog / by Richard Holland

Over the next few weeks I'll be posting the abstracts for the talks being given at the 1st Eagle Genomics Symposium, "Provisioning Bioinformatics for the Next Decade - are we prepared?". This week I'll start with Mark Forster, External Relationships..

Merry Christmas

December 23, 2010 / no comments / in Blog / by Richard Holland
December 23, 2010 no comments in Blog by Richard Holland

Thanks to all our customers this year, and best wishes for the holiday season. We look forward to working with you again in the New Year!

Abel Ureta-Vidal

Changing MySQL DB parameter on Amazon RDS instance

November 16, 2010 / 2 Comments / in Amazon, AWS, Big data technology, Blog, MySQL, RDS / by Abel Ureta-Vidal

MySQL instances on Amazon RDS service usually comes with default MySQL configuration settings, which might not always work for our needs. For example: we had to change max_allowed_packet DB parameter value to allow importing large DNA sets. This is..

Manchester

Did you know that in New Zealand, say the word 'Manchester' and everyone will think you're talking about bedsheets? Nobody will even stop to think that you might actually be referring to a large city in the North of England (which also just happens..

SSL and Tomcat

A purely technical post this one, because it gave me such a headache this morning trying to figure it out and realising that nowhere was all this written down in one place.

Will Spooner

Public personal genomes; open-access, open-source, open-ended?

Over at Genomes Unzipped yesterday, 12 named individuals, molecular biologists in the main, released their genomes into the public domain, generating some press interest. These exponents of molecular naturism are the latest in a growing line,..

Bio-IT World Europe 2010 slides

Here are the slides I just presented at the Cloud Computing Workshop at Bio-IT World Europe 2010 in Hannover, Germany. Other speakers included Dave Powers from CycleComputing, and Glenn Proctor from the EBI, both of whom presented very interesting..

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