2015 Symposium: Bridging Biology and Informatics for R&D Innovation, 23rd March, The Kendrew Lecture Theatre, European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI), Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge, CB10 1SA
Following in the series of abstracts from the last few weeks, this week we share with you Florence Servant's abstract. Florence will be representing Syngenta. The presentation title is: "Scaling up the Marker Assay Developments in Plants Species."
This week we share with you the third abstract from our upcoming symposium "Will big data and bigger cuts cripple bioinformatics?", this time focusing on a presentation from a global big pharma company. Henrik Seidel, Global Coordination..
This week we share with you the second abstract from our upcoming symposium "Will big data and bigger cuts cripple bioinformatics?". Below you can read about the presentation from Rutger Vos, Bioinformaticist at Naturalis.
Getting ready for our third annual symposium: "Will big data and bigger cuts cripple bioinformatics?" We are sharing our first abstract of Jiye's talk. Jiye Shi works at UCB as a Director, Computational Structural Biology department.
CAMBRIDGE, 20th April 2010: Open Source software has flourished in the bioinformatics community for well over a decade. When the first BOSC (Bioinformatics Open Source Conference) was held in 2000, there were already a number of popular open source..
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..
Well that went better than could be hoped for! The 1st Eagle Genomics Symposium ("Provisioning Bioinformatics For The Next Decade - Are We Prepared?") proceeded very smoothly with a wide variety of interesting talks and plenty of discussions and..