The 3rd BGI Bioinformatics Software and Data Release Conference will be held on November 28, 2012 at ICG-7 & Bio-IT APAC 2012. At this event, BGI will provide detailed information on their latest "EasyGenomic" Cloud-based Solution, flexible computing, as well as other bioinformatics applications and pipelines, including SOAPdenovo2, SOAPhecate and SOAPgaea, among others. These state-of-the-art software programs and informatics processes will allow a wide range of bioinformatics analyses to be more efficient and reliable. Also at this conference, the journal GigaScience will announce its new look GigaDB database and data platform integration.
Conference Registration: If you plan to attend the 3rd BGI Bioinformatics Software and Data Release Conference, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The registration is FREE.
Conference Date: November 28, 2012, 15:30-18:00
Conference Venue: The 3rd BGI Bioinformatics Software and Data Release Conference will take place at the The Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel, which is located at the heart of the renowned shopping and entertainment district of Kowloon, close to all major public transportation routes. As one of the quintessential Kowloon hotels in Hong Kong, Kowloon Shangri-La offers guests some of the most spacious rooms in the city, with floor-to-ceiling bay windows affording panoramic views of the harbour and Hong Kong Island skyline.
The official program will be developed in the following months, and details will be progressively uploaded on http://www.genomeconference.org/news/. Welcome to join us in Hong Kong November 28 for the Bioinformatics Software and Data Release Conference.
About ICG-7 & Bio-IT APAC 2012
Over the past six years the International Conference on Genomics (ICG) has been one of the top international scientific gatherings featuring the latest advancements in genomic-related fields. This year the conference committee is pleased to announce that the Bio-IT APAC 2012 meeting will be integrated with ICG-7. ICG-7 & Bio-IT APAC 2012 will be the most exciting event to create a synergistic environment that promotes collaboration among top researchers, engineers, medias, government circles and other practitioners involved in genomics, biology, medicine, data handling, informatics technologies and other related fields. More than 700 high ranked participants are expected to gather at this exciting event to share their insights and perspectives in fields of agriculture, human health, biomedicine, ecological environment, species evolution, cloud computing and big data management. For more information, please visit: www.genomeconference.org
GigaScience is co-published by BGI, the world's largest genomics organization, and BioMed Central, the world's largest open-access publisher. The journal covers research that uses or produces 'big data' from the full spectrum of the life-sciences. It also serves as a forum for discussing the difficulties of and unique needs for handling large-scale data from all areas of the life sciences. The journal has a completely novel publication format — one that integrates manuscript publication with complete data hosting, and analyses tool incorporation. To encourage transparent reporting of scientific research as well as enable future access and analyses, it is a requirement of manuscript submission to GigaScience that all supporting data and source code be made available in the GigaScience database, GigaDB, as well as in their publicly available repositories. GigaScience will provide users access to associated online tools and workflows, and will be integrating a data analysis platform and cloud resources into the database later this year, maximizing the potential utility and re-use of data. (Follow us on twitter @GigaScience; and keep up-to-date on our blogs.)
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