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 »
Latest posts by Scott Edmunds (see all)
- GigaScience Gets a Service. What’s new in GigaDB? - 26th November 2015
- Help investigate the genetic mystery of Hong Kong’s floral emblem: The Bauhinia Flower - 24th November 2015
- Brooding Brittle Star Babies. Q&A with Jannes Landschoff - 17th November 2015
‘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.
That Was The Review Week That Was If you’ve seen the #peerrevwk15 hashtag on social media, you may have noticed this week is the first ever Peer Review Week.… Read more »
What does Neuroinformatics and The Great Barrier Reef have in Common? Both are faced with challenges and comprise of beautiful colourful entities that should be… Read more »
With greater awareness in the difficulties in making scientific research more reproducible, numerous technical fixes are being suggested to move publishing away… Read more »
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.