Upcoming events

BioJS Conference 2015, Norwich, UK, 3-4 July 2015

3 Jul 2015 to 4 Jul 2015

Preceding the Galaxy Community Conference, the annual BioJS Conference will bring together experts in visualisation of biological datasets, bioinformatics developers, pharmaceutical industry, and anyone interested in data visualisation in bioinformatics.

The Conference is hosted by The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) in Norwich, UK, part of the ELIXIR UK Node. Register at: http://conf.biojs.net.

Galaxy Community Conference 2015

6 Jul 2015 to 8 Jul 2015

The annual Galaxy Community Conference (GCC) brings together researchers, developers and administrators working with the Galaxy platform. The 2015 edition of the conference is hosted by the The Sainsbury Lab, Norwich UK; the programme features presentations, poster sessions, exhibition, networking events as well as hackathons and Training Days.


10 Jul 2015 to 14 Jul 2015

ELIXIR will co-host a 'special session'  with the National Institute of Health's Big Data to Knowledge inititive (NIH BD2K)  at this years ISMB/ECCB conference to be held in Dublin, Ireland, 10-14 July 2015, examining the relationship between our two initiatives though a number of presentations and opportunity for discussion.

The special session will be held on Monday 13th of July, 14:00-15:00.

ELIXIR will also be exhibiting at the conference. Please come visit us at booth 15.

First Annual Danish Bioinformatics Conference

27 Aug 2015 to 28 Aug 2015

ELIXIR Denmark is inviting Danish bioinformatics to join them for the first Annual Danish Bioinformatics conference to be held in Odense from 27-28 August 2015.

The aim of the conference is to provide bioinformaticians in Denmark, or those with ties to the community, to learn about the latest on Danish bioinformatics research and tools development.
Registration and further information about the event can be found via the ELIXIR-Denmark website.

Symposium: Open bridges for life science data

17 Nov 2015 to 18 Nov 2015

This international, open symposium, hosted by ELIXIR and held in the newly refurbished Wellcome Conference Centre near Cambridge in the UK, brings together researchers in imaging, bio-banking, bioinformatics, clinical trials, mouse models, chemical biology and translational research to discuss the major issues in data interoperability for the life sciences.