Want to benefit from the big data revolution? Looking to use Europe’s free bioinformatics resources in your company's R&D processes? Want to know about how your company can benefit from the new Danish supercomputer for life sciences? Come to the ELIXIR Innovation and SME forum to learn how ELIXIR’s bioinformatics services and resources can help you.
EGI will be hosting a webinar entitled "RNA-Seq analysis with READemption - setup and usage in the EGI Federated Cloud" on 26 November, at 15:00 CET. The webinar will be presented by Konrad Förstner (Würzburg) and will focus on the implementation of the READemption pipeline (for computational evaluation of RNA) in the EGI Federated Cloud. This webinar is intended for researchers and developers interested in the use of EGI Federated Cloud.
More information can be found here: https://indico.egi.eu/indico/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=2345
ELIXIR UK is bringing the first Data Carpentry workshop to the UK to help researchers in life sciences become more productive and efficient in their work with data. The workshop will take place at the University of Manchester, 27-28 November 2014
For more details and registration please visit: http://apawlik.github.io/2014-11-27-elixiruk-manchester/
The formal launch of the Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences (DTL), host institute of the Netherlands ELIXIR Node, will take place in the Rijtuigenloods in Amersfoort, on the 1st December 2014 and is open to all interested parties to attend.
Registration and further information about the event can be found here:http://www.dtls.nl/dtl/events/dtl-in-action.html
On 14th of January 2015, ELIXIR is holding an identifiers workshop at London Heathrow co-organised with the NIH.
Further details to follow.
BioMedBridges Open Symposium: Building the bio-connectome - open data infrastructure to accelerate innovation
Following the spirit of the BioMedBridges project, this international, open symposium - to be hosted by ELIXIR in the newly refurbished and expanded Wellcome Trust Conference Centre - will bring together life science researchers from a wide array of disciplines including bioinformatics, biobanks, mouse models, imaging, clinical trials, chemical biology and translational research.