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Highlights of 2015: Blog Posts & Publications

2015 was a great year for DNAdigest! We organised more events, welcomed more volunteers to the team and increased our output of online communications and blog generation! It has been a joy to watch our followers...

Highlights of 2015: Interviews

2015 was a great year for DNAdigest! We organised more events, welcomed more volunteers to the team and increased our output of online communications and blog generation! It has been a joy to watch our followers...

Highlights of 2015 – Events

2015 was a great year for DNAdigest! We organised more events, welcomed more volunteers to the team and increased our output of online communications and blog generation! It has been a joy to watch our followers...

The Open Science Prize

The Wellcome Trust have teamed up with the US National Institute of Health and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to launch an new prize for the scientific community? It’s aim? To help researchers realise the...

Welcome to the Festival of Genomics

Roll up, roll up… and welcome to the Festival of Genomics Whether it’s storing, sharing or analysing, wrangling increasing amounts of data is crucial for unlocking the potential of genomics in science, medicine and...

Crowdsourced Analysis of Family Genomes

This is a guest post by Manuel Corpas. Originally published on Figshare. Manuel Corpas is the Project Leader for Plant and Animal Genomes at The Genome Analysis Centre in Norfolk. His primary role is to develop software tools for analysis, integration and data...

Why we should stop talking about data sharing

This is a guest post by Barbara Prainsack. Barbara Prainsack is a Professor at the Department of Social Science, Health & Medicine at King’s College London. She has published widely on social, ethical and...

ContentMine and DNAdigest Hackday

From the volunteers and organisers of ContentMine and DNAdigest  comes a new hackday! #ContentMineHackday ContentMine is an open-source project, funded by the Shuttleworth Foundation, that extracts facts from scientific literature in machine readable form. We will use the tools...