End of the Integrative Biology project

On July 23, 2012, in Uncategorized, by admin

The Integrative Biology project is finished since early 2012

You can now follow the next Biogenouest unifying project : e-biogenouest

Coordinator: Olivier Collin (Genouest Bioinformatics core, CNRS / INRIA Rennes)
Animator: Yvan Le Bras (Genouest Bioinformatics core, CNRS / INRIA Rennes)

 

Researchers School BIGOU

On July 18, 2011, in Seminar, by admin

The school program is being established :
It was held from 7 to 9 November 2011, in Bono, near Auray.
Prerequisite: sensitivity for integrative biology and genomics
Registration fees : 100 €

The program is available here

 

 

Broad Institute

On June 8, 2011, in International, Tools, by admin

On the Broad Institute (affiliated with the MIT and Harvard University), you’ll found many resources for genomics. Below is a link to the site listing the available software to the scientific community.

http://www.broadinstitute.org/scientific-community/software

 

Galaxy

On June 8, 2011, in Tools, by admin

Did you know Galaxy?

It’s a webservice for sequences analysis

 

Watch bibliography

On October 13, 2010, in Tools, by admin

We have just set up  a  RSS feed to keep you informed of the latest articles listed in PubMed on  *omics data integration, integrative biology and systems biology. The information displayed in the sidebar match the following query in Pubmed:

(integrative *omics OR systems biology OR integrative biology) AND (bioinformatics OR computational biology)

Know that you can set yourself alerts by e-mail for the latest publications on your favorite topics :)   To this aim build your request in PubMed, then click on the “save search” link (top of page near the drop-down menu listing the databases NCBI). This will take you to the  MyNCBI page so you can create your account (if not already done). You can then manage your queries and the frequency of email alerts.

Finally, do not forget the special issues of Nucleic Acids Research on Web Server and Database.

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