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Wednesday, June 3, 2015

BioJS CONFERENCE 3-4 JULY, NORWICH, UK

BioJS CONFERENCE 3-4 JULY, NORWICH, UK
http://conf.biojs.net/

Are you
- a researcher interested in interactive visualization of massive biological datasets on the web?
- a developer interested in data visualization?
- interested to understand current industry-based end user needs?

Would you like to meet recognized leaders in the field of visualization in bioinformatics, including representatives from a variety of SMEs, big pharma and for profit organizations?

It is our pleasure to invite you to join us for the 1st Annual BioJS Conference (BioJS.conf) and hackathon on 3-4 July 2015, hosted at The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), Norwich, UK. As part of the conference we will have an industry-led session organized by the Repositive.io SME. The aim of this session is to understand the needs, wants, and limitations of front-end interfaces applied to industry-based end users.

Current confirmed speakers include:

Suzi Lewis (Berkeley)
Benno Schwikowski (Pasteur Institute, Paris)
Henning Hermjakob (EBI)
Ian Mulvany (eLife)
Michiel Helvensteijn (Leiden)
Jessie Kennedy (Napier University, Edinburgh)


Registration open NOW!

Please help us spread the word!

The BioJS.conf Organising Committee

URL: http://conf.biojs.net/

Contact Person: Manuel Corpas (mc@manuelcorpas.com)

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