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Latest posts by Scott Edmunds (see all)
- See inside Obama in 3D? Yes We Can! - 17th March 2016
- Data Driven Conservation. Q&A with Taras Oleksyk on ConGen2016 - 8th March 2016
- Guest Blog: Mind the Zika Data Gap. - 15th February 2016
Conservation research is being dragged into the 21st century with efforts such as the ConGen training workshop. Deputy director of the program Taras Oleksyk… Read more »
Following his previous insight into the Ebola epidemic, we have another data oriented guest posting from Michael Dean, this time pooling together various… Read more »
As part of this years BioCuration 2016 event in Geneva we are launching an annotation competition: the Giga-Curation Challenge.
OPTIMising Genome Assembly This month brings new additions to our exciting and on-going Optical Mapping series. Outside of a handful of key genomes, due to… Read more »
GigaScience helped organise the Community Genomes track covering crowdfunding and citizen use of genomics data at the 10th International Conference on Genomics… Read more »
After a solid year of behind-the-scenes efforts, the latest version of our GigaDB database rolled out last month. While superficially it may not look that… Read more »
‘Big Data’ is becoming increasingly ubiquitous in our lives, and we at GigaScience are big fans of approaches democratizing its utility through crowdfunding… Read more »
Q&A with Jannes Landschoff, first author on our latest Data Note presenting 100GB of high-resolution 3D data from live-bearing brittle stars. Jannes tells… Read more »
GigaBlog covers human genomic data, from the ASHG meeting in Baltimore to our "Hacking the human genome" event in Hong Kong.