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British Medical Journal

BMJ Extends Their Data Sharing Policy

BMJ is one of the first medical journals and now known as a global brand with a worldwide audience. It aims to help medical organisations and clinicians tackle today’s most critical healthcare challenges by...

BioData World Congress 2015

BioData World Congress 2015

Genomics, big data and bioinformatics mark the start of the journey, while personalised medicine is the end goal. How we get there will depend on whether we can get usable intelligence from the data...

Integrating BioJS into Galaxy Hackathon

BioJS is an open source project for bioinformatics data on the web aiming to develop an open source library of JavaScript components to visualise biological data. BioJS is a community of developers and scientists...

Contribute to BioSharing.org

Why it is important to share research data. The ultimate goal of majority research projects these days is to improve the life of the society. The amount of data generated by researchers is rapidly growing....

AliveAndKickin

The War Against Cancer

This is the second part of a guest blog post written by Dave Dubin. Read the first part here. Let’s see how far we’ve come… Since 2007, we have written, made appearances, and held...

DNAdigest interviews

DNAdigest interviews GA4GH

This week I am extremely excited to introduce you to Julia Wilson, Associate Director at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute. In this interview Julia tells us more about the Global Alliance for Genomics and...

Pickard family

Family Trio Sequencing – Genetic Clues in Autism

This is a guest blog post written by KT Pickard (@kthomaspickard) and Kimberly Pickard (@kimberlypickard), Co-founders of StartCodon. Amazingly, the cost of whole genome sequencing is now 100,000 times less expensive than it was...