Date: Wednesday 20 April 2016 Venue: The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), Norwich, UK Registration Deadline: Wednesday 13 April REGISTER HERE Registration Fee: £60.00 (includes lunch and refreshments along with course materials) Participation: First come, first served Enquiries: TGAC Training Team Host: Manuel Corpas, The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), […]
Perhaps 2015 could be qualified as the year in which BioJS began to truly be an established international initiative. Some numbers are in order. For example: There are 83 unique code contributors to components in the registry Functionality in the registry does not only provide visualisation any more, it […]
An exciting 1 year position is available in my lab within the BioJS project (gross salary 30K). This job involves a collaboration with the Cambridge-based start-up Repositive.io, an innovative platform that integrates securely distributed sources of genomic data. There will be regular interactions and visits to the FutureBusiness […]
BioJS CONFERENCE 3-4 JULY, NORWICH, UK http://conf.biojs.net/ Are you a researcher interested in interactive visualisation of massive biological datasets on the web? a developer interested in data visualisation? interested to understand current industry-based end user needs? Would you like to meet recognised leaders in the field of visualisation […]
It had escaped my attention until now this video of the BioJS team in Munich in August 2014. As a result of this, BioJS version 2.0 was born. From left to right: Seb Wilzbach, Tim Ruffles, David Dao, Manuel Corpas, Rafael Jimenez, Michiel Helvensteijn and Iris Shih.
Living figures: reproducing published experiments in situ Speaking about the issues thrown up by ‘Big Data’, The Economist reported in the article “Welcome to the Yotta World” that, by 2018, there would be a talent gap of ~150,000 data-science professionals globally. The problem is particularly acute in high-throughput […]
Following on from our very successful BioJS Hackathon in Munich (week 4-9th August 2014), we are happy to announce the development of BioJS 2.0. Our intention is to have BioJS 2.0 released by the end of the year, accompanied by the appropriate migration guide and resources. Importantly, existing […]