With greater awareness in the difficulties in making scientific research more reproducible, numerous technical fixes are being suggested to move publishing away… Read more »
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- Fermenting a Reproducible Research Revolution - 30th July 2015
- Birthdays and Homecomings at ISMB-ECCB in Dublin - 19th July 2015
- Open Bioinformatics in The Irish Free Software State - 12th July 2015
More on our birthday and bioinformatics adventures in Dublin for the annual gathering of the worlds compuational biology community: ISMB
BOSC2015 has in Dublin has just ended, so we look back over the meeting at some of the talks we enjoyed, and projects we have participated in.
A follow-up Q&A from Pat Soranno, sharing her thoughts on reproducible ecology and the challenges it presents.
Announcing this week the B10K project, Guojie Zhang explains how they plan to sequence all the 10,000 bird genomes.
All Cats (Microbiomes) are Grey? Regular readers will have seen our interest in “community genome” projects, supported by crowdfunding and alternative means… Read more »
With our focus on large-scale biological data, mass spectrometry has been one area of particular interest and attention. Metabolomics involves the detection and… Read more »
What is BioCuration? While many around the world may be unclear as to what biocuration entails, in China the issue is further complicated by the fact that there… Read more »
Peng Jiang and Hui Guo from the University of Georgia provide a guest post covering their crowdfunding efforts to sequence the first cactus genome.
The software application PLINK is one of the most widely used tools in bioinformatics, particularly for genome-wide association studies (GWAS) that look at… Read more »