To improve my Bioinformatics report, I started using a couple of tools. I tried to include the page with less ads when possible, if you find any source too crowded with ads please let me know:
- Genome Canada Launches C$30.5M Genomics Innovation Network and makes $24M pivot to bolster bioinformatics capabilities
- Genenentech search for bioinformatic chief after Robert Gentleman leaves for 23andMe
- Appistry extends its tools and services for analyzing Next-Generation Sequencing data with GenomePilotNIAID-led partnership seeks to establish bioinformatics centers in Africa
- Curoverse announces new infrastructure software for precision medicine, genomics and bioinformatics: A beta of cloud and on-premise solutions for organizations and individuals using the new Arvados open source software platform to manage, process, and share genomic and biomedical data is now public
- Discover the global bioinformatics market 2020 due to the increased application usage of the platforms in various genomic applications. However, the Knowledge Management Tools is expected to emerge as the highest revenue generating segment by 2020 due to the increasing number of data generated due to the increasing clinical trials
- Core services: Reward bioinformaticians: A comment of Jeffrey Chang about how bioinformaticians need more reconsignment
- The 19th Annual International Conference on Research in Computational Molecular Biology will took place in Warsaw April 12 - 15
- Terascala powers bioinformatics at SDSU San Diego State University is using a Terascala-powered HPC storage solution to study the DNA of viruses and bacteria
- European Bioinformatics Institute deploys Delphix data as a dervice to support research EMBL-EBI uses Delphix technology to virtualise databases so that production teams can prepare and release research data faster and more frequently than ever before
For the first time I will discuss local news. This 14th April the SciCloud organized by Mind the Byte took place at the PCB. I was there and I found quite interesting the second session.
But also the talk of Karma Peiró was exciting: visualization helps people to understand. So maybe more efforts should be done about visualising the omics data. Perhaps next years come with more visualization tools aside from more statistical analysis.