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08/Nov/2013 November 6th, 2013: First official AGM of GOBLET. It marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET.

GOBLET AGM at TGAC

 GOBLET AGM 2013

 


 

November 6th marked the first official AGM of the Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education and Training (GOBLET). The meeting was hosted by the TGAC, EMBnet Node in UK.

Following a nomination process that started in September and a voting process throughout October, the first point on the agenda was to announce the results of the committee elections.

Congratulations go to the following people:

Executive Board

Chair: Terri Attwood (EMBnet)

Vice Chair: Vicky Schneider (TGAC)

Treasurer: Fran Lewitter (ISCB)

Secretary: Michelle Brazas (Bioinformatics.ca)


Learning, Education and Training Committee

Chair: Nicky Mulder (ASBCB)

Co-Chair: Celia van Gelder (NBIC)

 
Standardisation Committee
adobe acrobat xi download

Chair: Pascale Gaudet (ISB)

 

Technical Committee

Chair: Manuel Corpas (TGAC)

 

Fundraising Committee

Chair: Patricia Palagi (SIB)

Outreach and PR Committee

Chair: Erik Bongcam-Rudloff (SGBC)

 

This first AGM marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET. It has legal foundation and is registered in the Netherlands. It has money in the bank due to the subscription funds of its 25 members and it is creating a co-operative and collaborative international approach to bioinformatics and computational biology training.

Chair, Terri Attwood said, “whilst today is very important for formalising GOBLET, I am proud to be able to say that we have already established the centralised portal that enables trainers to upload courses and materials and trainees to access this information. Now we can progress forward and build on this allowing the portal to go from strength to strength and GOBLET to achieve its other aims.”

To find out more about GOBLET visit their website: www.mygoblet.org

GOBLET AGM at TGAC

 GOBLET AGM 2013

 


 

November 6th marked the first official AGM of the Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education and Training (GOBLET). The meeting was hosted by the TGAC, EMBnet Node in UK.

Following a nomination process that started in September and a voting process throughout October, the first point on the agenda was to announce the results of the committee elections.

Congratulations go to the following people:

Executive Board

Chair: Terri Attwood (EMBnet)

Vice Chair: Vicky Schneider (TGAC)

Treasurer: Fran Lewitter (ISCB)

Secretary: Michelle Brazas (Bioinformatics.ca)


Learning, Education and Training Committee

Chair: Nicky Mulder (ASBCB)

Co-Chair: Celia van Gelder (NBIC)

 
Standardisation Committee
adobe acrobat xi download

Chair: Pascale Gaudet (ISB)

 

Technical Committee

Chair: Manuel Corpas (TGAC)

 

Fundraising Committee

Chair: Patricia Palagi (SIB)

Outreach and PR Committee

Chair: Erik Bongcam-Rudloff (SGBC)

 

This first AGM marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET. It has legal foundation and is registered in the Netherlands. It has money in the bank due to the subscription funds of its 25 members and it is creating a co-operative and collaborative international approach to bioinformatics and computational biology training.

Chair, Terri Attwood said, “whilst today is very important for formalising GOBLET, I am proud to be able to say that we have already established the centralised portal that enables trainers to upload courses and materials and trainees to access this information. Now we can progress forward and build on this allowing the portal to go from strength to strength and GOBLET to achieve its other aims.”

To find out more about GOBLET visit their website: www.mygoblet.org

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GOBLET AGM at TGAC

 GOBLET AGM 2013

 


 

November 6th marked the first official AGM of the Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education and Training (GOBLET). The meeting was hosted by the TGAC, EMBnet Node in UK.

Following a nomination process that started in September and a voting process throughout October, the first point on the agenda was to announce the results of the committee elections.

Congratulations go to the following people:

Executive Board

Chair: Terri Attwood (EMBnet)

Vice Chair: Vicky Schneider (TGAC)

Treasurer: Fran Lewitter (ISCB)

Secretary: Michelle Brazas (Bioinformatics.ca)


Learning, Education and Training Committee

Chair: Nicky Mulder (ASBCB)

Co-Chair: Celia van Gelder (NBIC)

 
Standardisation Committee
adobe acrobat xi download

Chair: Pascale Gaudet (ISB)

 

Technical Committee

Chair: Manuel Corpas (TGAC)

 

Fundraising Committee

Chair: Patricia Palagi (SIB)

Outreach and PR Committee

Chair: Erik Bongcam-Rudloff (SGBC)

 

This first AGM marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET. It has legal foundation and is registered in the Netherlands. It has money in the bank due to the subscription funds of its 25 members and it is creating a co-operative and collaborative international approach to bioinformatics and computational biology training.

Chair, Terri Attwood said, “whilst today is very important for formalising GOBLET, I am proud to be able to say that we have already established the centralised portal that enables trainers to upload courses and materials and trainees to access this information. Now we can progress forward and build on this allowing the portal to go from strength to strength and GOBLET to achieve its other aims.”

To find out more about GOBLET visit their website: www.mygoblet.org

Fri, 2013-11-08 09:45 Fri, 2013-11-08 09:45 Fri, 2013-11-08 09:45 Fri, 2013-11-08 09:45
31/Oct/2013 One position as bioinformatician in Southern Sweden: PlantLink network

PlantLink seeks to hire a bioinformatician who will handle research projects linked to scientific groups associated to PlantLink, a plant research network between SLU and Lund University.

Application deadline: November 19, 2013

PlantLink wants to bridge the gap between basic and applied plant research with the objective to improve crops and food products, and to enable production of materials, medication and energy from plants in a sustainable way. Lund and Alnarp are situated less than 10 kilometers apart in the dynamic Öresund region, which includes Sweden’s third largest city, Malmö, and the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen.

Duties

The successful candidate will be placed at Lund University and SLU Alnarp and interact with plant researchers and other bioinformaticians at both universities. The person will work in close collaboration with experimentalists. Plants produce many thousands of chemical compounds and an important task will be to try to link sequence information and gene, protein and metabolite regulation to plant production and signaling as a response to the environment. The position is part of BILS (Bioinformatics Infrastructure for Life Sciences), a national network of over 30 bioinformaticians, which provides bioinformatics support to life science researchers in Sweden.

Qualifications

PlantLink is looking for a person who has experience of computational biology and preferably a background in molecular biology or genetics. The candidate should be familiar with some of the following subject areas: functional annotation, data integration, next-generation sequencing (NGS), proteomics and metabolomics. Knowledge of handling large-scale data, scripting languages (e.g. Perl, Python, R) and statistical methods is required. Documented experience of database handling and Unix system administration is favorable. For the candidate to be considered for a postdoc position, a PhD degree related to the abovementioned research areas is a pre-requisite. For the employment as a research engineer, a master degree or equivalent in related subjects together with relevant previous experience from working in a bioinformtics group is desirable.

Form of employment: 1 year with possibility of extension

Extent: 100%

Starting date: By agreement

Application
Application has to  marked with Ref no. SLU ua 4784/2013 and submitted on to the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden or registrator@slu.se no later than November 19, 2013.

SLU is an equal opportunity employer. University salaries are set on an individual basis.

PlantLink seeks to hire a bioinformatician who will handle research projects linked to scientific groups associated to PlantLink, a plant research network between SLU and Lund University.

Application deadline: November 19, 2013

PlantLink wants to bridge the gap between basic and applied plant research with the objective to improve crops and food products, and to enable production of materials, medication and energy from plants in a sustainable way. Lund and Alnarp are situated less than 10 kilometers apart in the dynamic Öresund region, which includes Sweden’s third largest city, Malmö, and the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen.

Duties

The successful candidate will be placed at Lund University and SLU Alnarp and interact with plant researchers and other bioinformaticians at both universities. The person will work in close collaboration with experimentalists. Plants produce many thousands of chemical compounds and an important task will be to try to link sequence information and gene, protein and metabolite regulation to plant production and signaling as a response to the environment. The position is part of BILS (Bioinformatics Infrastructure for Life Sciences), a national network of over 30 bioinformaticians, which provides bioinformatics support to life science researchers in Sweden.

Qualifications

PlantLink is looking for a person who has experience of computational biology and preferably a background in molecular biology or genetics. The candidate should be familiar with some of the following subject areas: functional annotation, data integration, next-generation sequencing (NGS), proteomics and metabolomics. Knowledge of handling large-scale data, scripting languages (e.g. Perl, Python, R) and statistical methods is required. Documented experience of database handling and Unix system administration is favorable. For the candidate to be considered for a postdoc position, a PhD degree related to the abovementioned research areas is a pre-requisite. For the employment as a research engineer, a master degree or equivalent in related subjects together with relevant previous experience from working in a bioinformtics group is desirable.

Form of employment: 1 year with possibility of extension

Extent: 100%

Starting date: By agreement

Application
Application has to  marked with Ref no. SLU ua 4784/2013 and submitted on to the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden or registrator@slu.se no later than November 19, 2013.

SLU is an equal opportunity employer. University salaries are set on an individual basis.

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PlantLink seeks to hire a bioinformatician who will handle research projects linked to scientific groups associated to PlantLink, a plant research network between SLU and Lund University.

Application deadline: November 19, 2013

PlantLink wants to bridge the gap between basic and applied plant research with the objective to improve crops and food products, and to enable production of materials, medication and energy from plants in a sustainable way. Lund and Alnarp are situated less than 10 kilometers apart in the dynamic Öresund region, which includes Sweden’s third largest city, Malmö, and the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen.

Duties

The successful candidate will be placed at Lund University and SLU Alnarp and interact with plant researchers and other bioinformaticians at both universities. The person will work in close collaboration with experimentalists. Plants produce many thousands of chemical compounds and an important task will be to try to link sequence information and gene, protein and metabolite regulation to plant production and signaling as a response to the environment. The position is part of BILS (Bioinformatics Infrastructure for Life Sciences), a national network of over 30 bioinformaticians, which provides bioinformatics support to life science researchers in Sweden.

Qualifications

PlantLink is looking for a person who has experience of computational biology and preferably a background in molecular biology or genetics. The candidate should be familiar with some of the following subject areas: functional annotation, data integration, next-generation sequencing (NGS), proteomics and metabolomics. Knowledge of handling large-scale data, scripting languages (e.g. Perl, Python, R) and statistical methods is required. Documented experience of database handling and Unix system administration is favorable. For the candidate to be considered for a postdoc position, a PhD degree related to the abovementioned research areas is a pre-requisite. For the employment as a research engineer, a master degree or equivalent in related subjects together with relevant previous experience from working in a bioinformtics group is desirable.

Form of employment: 1 year with possibility of extension

Extent: 100%

Starting date: By agreement

Application
Application has to  marked with Ref no. SLU ua 4784/2013 and submitted on to the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden or registrator@slu.se no later than November 19, 2013.

SLU is an equal opportunity employer. University salaries are set on an individual basis.

Fri, 2013-10-25 10:35 Thu, 2013-10-31 10:49 Thu, 2013-10-31 10:49 Thu, 2013-10-31 10:49
31/Oct/2013 Arabidopsis Information Portal - Biocurator Position

The AIP Group at the J. Craig Venter Institute is seeking an Arabidopsis biologist with a background in genomics and interests in data management and bioinformatics to serve as a biocurator on the AIP project.

The position provides an opportunity for a wet lab biologist to gain new skills and transition into the field of bioinformatics. Interested individuals should apply through theJCVI web site  to position PLAN996. This position was posted previously under the heading "Bioinformatics Analyst".

Contact

Chris Town
Professor
The J. Craig Venter Institute
9704 Medical Center Drive
Rockville, MD 20850
Office Phone: 301-795-7523
Fax: 301-795-7070
SkypeID: chrisdtown

The AIP Group at the J. Craig Venter Institute is seeking an Arabidopsis biologist with a background in genomics and interests in data management and bioinformatics to serve as a biocurator on the AIP project.

The position provides an opportunity for a wet lab biologist to gain new skills and transition into the field of bioinformatics. Interested individuals should apply through theJCVI web site  to position PLAN996. This position was posted previously under the heading "Bioinformatics Analyst".

Contact

Chris Town
Professor
The J. Craig Venter Institute
9704 Medical Center Drive
Rockville, MD 20850
Office Phone: 301-795-7523
Fax: 301-795-7070
SkypeID: chrisdtown
0 Closed 0 0 Biocuration, Career opportunities 0

The AIP Group at the J. Craig Venter Institute is seeking an Arabidopsis biologist with a background in genomics and interests in data management and bioinformatics to serve as a biocurator on the AIP project.

The position provides an opportunity for a wet lab biologist to gain new skills and transition into the field of bioinformatics. Interested individuals should apply through theJCVI web site  to position PLAN996. This position was posted previously under the heading "Bioinformatics Analyst".

Contact

Chris Town
Professor
The J. Craig Venter Institute
9704 Medical Center Drive
Rockville, MD 20850
Office Phone: 301-795-7523
Fax: 301-795-7070
SkypeID: chrisdtown
Fri, 2013-10-25 09:10 Thu, 2013-10-31 10:47 Thu, 2013-10-31 10:47 Thu, 2013-10-31 10:47
31/Oct/2013 Arabidopsis Information Portal - Biocurator Position

The AIP Group at the J. Craig Venter Institute is seeking an Arabidopsis biologist with a background in genomics and interests in data management and bioinformatics to serve as a biocurator on the AIP project.

The position provides an opportunity for a wet lab biologist to gain new skills and transition into the field of bioinformatics. Interested individuals should apply through theJCVI web site  to position PLAN996. This position was posted previously under the heading "Bioinformatics Analyst".

Contact

Chris Town
Professor
The J. Craig Venter Institute
9704 Medical Center Drive
Rockville, MD 20850
Office Phone: 301-795-7523
Fax: 301-795-7070
SkypeID: chrisdtown

The AIP Group at the J. Craig Venter Institute is seeking an Arabidopsis biologist with a background in genomics and interests in data management and bioinformatics to serve as a biocurator on the AIP project.

The position provides an opportunity for a wet lab biologist to gain new skills and transition into the field of bioinformatics. Interested individuals should apply through theJCVI web site  to position PLAN996. This position was posted previously under the heading "Bioinformatics Analyst".

Contact

Chris Town
Professor
The J. Craig Venter Institute
9704 Medical Center Drive
Rockville, MD 20850
Office Phone: 301-795-7523
Fax: 301-795-7070
SkypeID: chrisdtown
0 Closed 0 0 Biocuration, Career opportunities 1

The AIP Group at the J. Craig Venter Institute is seeking an Arabidopsis biologist with a background in genomics and interests in data management and bioinformatics to serve as a biocurator on the AIP project.

The position provides an opportunity for a wet lab biologist to gain new skills and transition into the field of bioinformatics. Interested individuals should apply through theJCVI web site  to position PLAN996. This position was posted previously under the heading "Bioinformatics Analyst".

Contact

Chris Town
Professor
The J. Craig Venter Institute
9704 Medical Center Drive
Rockville, MD 20850
Office Phone: 301-795-7523
Fax: 301-795-7070
SkypeID: chrisdtown
Fri, 2013-10-25 09:10 Thu, 2013-10-31 10:47 Thu, 2013-10-31 10:47 Thu, 2013-10-31 10:47
28/Oct/2013 Seats still open in the NBIC PhD course "Protein Structures: production, prowess, power, promises, and problems"

Date: 4 – 8 Nov 2013

Registration: http://www.nbic.nl/education/nbic-phd-school/enrolment/

Course coordinator: Gert Vriend
Location: Center for Molecular and Biomolecular Informatics (CMBI), UMC Radboud, Nijmegen, the Netherlands
Course website: http://swift.cmbi.ru.nl/teach/AIOC/index.html

Target audience
The course is suitable for both PhD students working in structural bioinformatics as well as for PhD students in the life sciences who want to learn more about using structural informatioin in their research.
The course schedule accommodates both groups, parallel sessions for both groups will be scheduled when necessary.

More information
For more information about the course you can contact Celia van Gelder (NBIC Education) at celia.van.gelder@nbic.nl<mailto:celia.van.gelder@nbic.nl>.

Date: 4 – 8 Nov 2013

Registration: http://www.nbic.nl/education/nbic-phd-school/enrolment/

Course coordinator: Gert Vriend
Location: Center for Molecular and Biomolecular Informatics (CMBI), UMC Radboud, Nijmegen, the Netherlands
Course website: http://swift.cmbi.ru.nl/teach/AIOC/index.html

Target audience
The course is suitable for both PhD students working in structural bioinformatics as well as for PhD students in the life sciences who want to learn more about using structural informatioin in their research.
The course schedule accommodates both groups, parallel sessions for both groups will be scheduled when necessary.

More information
For more information about the course you can contact Celia van Gelder (NBIC Education) at celia.van.gelder@nbic.nl<mailto:celia.van.gelder@nbic.nl>.

0 Closed 0 0 Protein Structures 0

Date: 4 – 8 Nov 2013

Registration: http://www.nbic.nl/education/nbic-phd-school/enrolment/

Course coordinator: Gert Vriend
Location: Center for Molecular and Biomolecular Informatics (CMBI), UMC Radboud, Nijmegen, the Netherlands
Course website: http://swift.cmbi.ru.nl/teach/AIOC/index.html

Target audience
The course is suitable for both PhD students working in structural bioinformatics as well as for PhD students in the life sciences who want to learn more about using structural informatioin in their research.
The course schedule accommodates both groups, parallel sessions for both groups will be scheduled when necessary.

More information
For more information about the course you can contact Celia van Gelder (NBIC Education) at celia.van.gelder@nbic.nl<mailto:celia.van.gelder@nbic.nl>.

Mon, 2013-10-28 10:16 Mon, 2013-10-28 10:18 Mon, 2013-10-28 10:18 Mon, 2013-10-28 10:18
25/Oct/2013 The EMBnet.journal has published Vol 19, Supplement B (NETTAB 2013 Workshop)

The EMBnet Journal has published works presented at the NETTAB 2013 Workshop on “Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”.

Editorial

This supplement is dedicated to the NETTAB 2013 workshop focused on “Semantic, Social and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”, held 16-18 October 2013 in Venice Lido, Italy.

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

EMBnet.journal is very pleased to publish the contributions to the workshop presented at this important event. For this special issue (19.B), the selection of articles was overseen by the Conference Scientific Committee, while the layout and logistics were organised by the EMBnet.journal Editorial Team.

For future conferences, our Online Journal System (OJS) can also be used for receiving, archiving and managing the full review process. In this series, we have also published the First Scientific Meeting of the COST Action, SeqAhead (issue 17.B), proceedings of the Bioinformatics Italian Society (BITS) 9th Annual Meeting, 2-4 May 2012 (issue 18.A), proceedings of the NETTAB 2012 Workshop on “Integrated Bio-Search”, 14-16 November 2012, Como, Italy (issue 18.B), and the SeqAhead “The Next NGS Challenge Conference: Data Processing and Integration”, 14-16 May 2013, Valencia, Spain (issue 19.A).

We therefore continue to welcome contributions from other Societies and Networks, and encourage interested parties to contact members of the Editorial Board.

EMBnet.journal Editorial Board

The EMBnet Journal has published works presented at the NETTAB 2013 Workshop on “Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”.

Editorial

This supplement is dedicated to the NETTAB 2013 workshop focused on “Semantic, Social and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”, held 16-18 October 2013 in Venice Lido, Italy.

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

EMBnet.journal is very pleased to publish the contributions to the workshop presented at this important event. For this special issue (19.B), the selection of articles was overseen by the Conference Scientific Committee, while the layout and logistics were organised by the EMBnet.journal Editorial Team.

For future conferences, our Online Journal System (OJS) can also be used for receiving, archiving and managing the full review process. In this series, we have also published the First Scientific Meeting of the COST Action, SeqAhead (issue 17.B), proceedings of the Bioinformatics Italian Society (BITS) 9th Annual Meeting, 2-4 May 2012 (issue 18.A), proceedings of the NETTAB 2012 Workshop on “Integrated Bio-Search”, 14-16 November 2012, Como, Italy (issue 18.B), and the SeqAhead “The Next NGS Challenge Conference: Data Processing and Integration”, 14-16 May 2013, Valencia, Spain (issue 19.A).

We therefore continue to welcome contributions from other Societies and Networks, and encourage interested parties to contact members of the Editorial Board.

EMBnet.journal Editorial Board

0 Closed 0 0 Semantic Applications, Social Application, Mobile Applications 0

The EMBnet Journal has published works presented at the NETTAB 2013 Workshop on “Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”.

Editorial

This supplement is dedicated to the NETTAB 2013 workshop focused on “Semantic, Social and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”, held 16-18 October 2013 in Venice Lido, Italy.

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

EMBnet.journal is very pleased to publish the contributions to the workshop presented at this important event. For this special issue (19.B), the selection of articles was overseen by the Conference Scientific Committee, while the layout and logistics were organised by the EMBnet.journal Editorial Team.

For future conferences, our Online Journal System (OJS) can also be used for receiving, archiving and managing the full review process. In this series, we have also published the First Scientific Meeting of the COST Action, SeqAhead (issue 17.B), proceedings of the Bioinformatics Italian Society (BITS) 9th Annual Meeting, 2-4 May 2012 (issue 18.A), proceedings of the NETTAB 2012 Workshop on “Integrated Bio-Search”, 14-16 November 2012, Como, Italy (issue 18.B), and the SeqAhead “The Next NGS Challenge Conference: Data Processing and Integration”, 14-16 May 2013, Valencia, Spain (issue 19.A).

We therefore continue to welcome contributions from other Societies and Networks, and encourage interested parties to contact members of the Editorial Board.

EMBnet.journal Editorial Board

Fri, 2013-10-25 10:57 Fri, 2013-10-25 11:04 Fri, 2013-10-25 11:04 Fri, 2013-10-25 11:04
25/Oct/2013 The EMBnet.journal has published Vol 19, Supplement B (NETTAB 2013 Workshop)

The EMBnet Journal has published works presented at the NETTAB 2013 Workshop on “Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”.

Editorial

This supplement is dedicated to the NETTAB 2013 workshop focused on “Semantic, Social and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”, held 16-18 October 2013 in Venice Lido, Italy.

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

EMBnet.journal is very pleased to publish the contributions to the workshop presented at this important event. For this special issue (19.B), the selection of articles was overseen by the Conference Scientific Committee, while the layout and logistics were organised by the EMBnet.journal Editorial Team.

For future conferences, our Online Journal System (OJS) can also be used for receiving, archiving and managing the full review process. In this series, we have also published the First Scientific Meeting of the COST Action, SeqAhead (issue 17.B), proceedings of the Bioinformatics Italian Society (BITS) 9th Annual Meeting, 2-4 May 2012 (issue 18.A), proceedings of the NETTAB 2012 Workshop on “Integrated Bio-Search”, 14-16 November 2012, Como, Italy (issue 18.B), and the SeqAhead “The Next NGS Challenge Conference: Data Processing and Integration”, 14-16 May 2013, Valencia, Spain (issue 19.A).

We therefore continue to welcome contributions from other Societies and Networks, and encourage interested parties to contact members of the Editorial Board.

EMBnet.journal Editorial Board

The EMBnet Journal has published works presented at the NETTAB 2013 Workshop on “Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”.

Editorial

This supplement is dedicated to the NETTAB 2013 workshop focused on “Semantic, Social and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”, held 16-18 October 2013 in Venice Lido, Italy.

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

EMBnet.journal is very pleased to publish the contributions to the workshop presented at this important event. For this special issue (19.B), the selection of articles was overseen by the Conference Scientific Committee, while the layout and logistics were organised by the EMBnet.journal Editorial Team.

For future conferences, our Online Journal System (OJS) can also be used for receiving, archiving and managing the full review process. In this series, we have also published the First Scientific Meeting of the COST Action, SeqAhead (issue 17.B), proceedings of the Bioinformatics Italian Society (BITS) 9th Annual Meeting, 2-4 May 2012 (issue 18.A), proceedings of the NETTAB 2012 Workshop on “Integrated Bio-Search”, 14-16 November 2012, Como, Italy (issue 18.B), and the SeqAhead “The Next NGS Challenge Conference: Data Processing and Integration”, 14-16 May 2013, Valencia, Spain (issue 19.A).

We therefore continue to welcome contributions from other Societies and Networks, and encourage interested parties to contact members of the Editorial Board.

EMBnet.journal Editorial Board

0 Closed 0 0 Semantic Applications, Social Application, Mobile Applications 1

The EMBnet Journal has published works presented at the NETTAB 2013 Workshop on “Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”.

Editorial

This supplement is dedicated to the NETTAB 2013 workshop focused on “Semantic, Social and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”, held 16-18 October 2013 in Venice Lido, Italy.

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

EMBnet.journal is very pleased to publish the contributions to the workshop presented at this important event. For this special issue (19.B), the selection of articles was overseen by the Conference Scientific Committee, while the layout and logistics were organised by the EMBnet.journal Editorial Team.

For future conferences, our Online Journal System (OJS) can also be used for receiving, archiving and managing the full review process. In this series, we have also published the First Scientific Meeting of the COST Action, SeqAhead (issue 17.B), proceedings of the Bioinformatics Italian Society (BITS) 9th Annual Meeting, 2-4 May 2012 (issue 18.A), proceedings of the NETTAB 2012 Workshop on “Integrated Bio-Search”, 14-16 November 2012, Como, Italy (issue 18.B), and the SeqAhead “The Next NGS Challenge Conference: Data Processing and Integration”, 14-16 May 2013, Valencia, Spain (issue 19.A).

We therefore continue to welcome contributions from other Societies and Networks, and encourage interested parties to contact members of the Editorial Board.

EMBnet.journal Editorial Board

Fri, 2013-10-25 10:57 Fri, 2013-10-25 11:04 Fri, 2013-10-25 11:04 Fri, 2013-10-25 11:04
25/Oct/2013 The EMBnet.journal has published Vol 19, Supplement B (NETTAB 2013 Workshop)

The EMBnet Journal has published works presented at the NETTAB 2013 Workshop on “Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”.

Editorial

This supplement is dedicated to the NETTAB 2013 workshop focused on “Semantic, Social and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”, held 16-18 October 2013 in Venice Lido, Italy.

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

EMBnet.journal is very pleased to publish the contributions to the workshop presented at this important event. For this special issue (19.B), the selection of articles was overseen by the Conference Scientific Committee, while the layout and logistics were organised by the EMBnet.journal Editorial Team.

For future conferences, our Online Journal System (OJS) can also be used for receiving, archiving and managing the full review process. In this series, we have also published the First Scientific Meeting of the COST Action, SeqAhead (issue 17.B), proceedings of the Bioinformatics Italian Society (BITS) 9th Annual Meeting, 2-4 May 2012 (issue 18.A), proceedings of the NETTAB 2012 Workshop on “Integrated Bio-Search”, 14-16 November 2012, Como, Italy (issue 18.B), and the SeqAhead “The Next NGS Challenge Conference: Data Processing and Integration”, 14-16 May 2013, Valencia, Spain (issue 19.A).

We therefore continue to welcome contributions from other Societies and Networks, and encourage interested parties to contact members of the Editorial Board.

EMBnet.journal Editorial Board

The EMBnet Journal has published works presented at the NETTAB 2013 Workshop on “Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”.

Editorial

This supplement is dedicated to the NETTAB 2013 workshop focused on “Semantic, Social and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”, held 16-18 October 2013 in Venice Lido, Italy.

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

EMBnet.journal is very pleased to publish the contributions to the workshop presented at this important event. For this special issue (19.B), the selection of articles was overseen by the Conference Scientific Committee, while the layout and logistics were organised by the EMBnet.journal Editorial Team.

For future conferences, our Online Journal System (OJS) can also be used for receiving, archiving and managing the full review process. In this series, we have also published the First Scientific Meeting of the COST Action, SeqAhead (issue 17.B), proceedings of the Bioinformatics Italian Society (BITS) 9th Annual Meeting, 2-4 May 2012 (issue 18.A), proceedings of the NETTAB 2012 Workshop on “Integrated Bio-Search”, 14-16 November 2012, Como, Italy (issue 18.B), and the SeqAhead “The Next NGS Challenge Conference: Data Processing and Integration”, 14-16 May 2013, Valencia, Spain (issue 19.A).

We therefore continue to welcome contributions from other Societies and Networks, and encourage interested parties to contact members of the Editorial Board.

EMBnet.journal Editorial Board

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The EMBnet Journal has published works presented at the NETTAB 2013 Workshop on “Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”.

Editorial

This supplement is dedicated to the NETTAB 2013 workshop focused on “Semantic, Social and Mobile Applications for Bioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories”, held 16-18 October 2013 in Venice Lido, Italy.

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

EMBnet.journal is very pleased to publish the contributions to the workshop presented at this important event. For this special issue (19.B), the selection of articles was overseen by the Conference Scientific Committee, while the layout and logistics were organised by the EMBnet.journal Editorial Team.

For future conferences, our Online Journal System (OJS) can also be used for receiving, archiving and managing the full review process. In this series, we have also published the First Scientific Meeting of the COST Action, SeqAhead (issue 17.B), proceedings of the Bioinformatics Italian Society (BITS) 9th Annual Meeting, 2-4 May 2012 (issue 18.A), proceedings of the NETTAB 2012 Workshop on “Integrated Bio-Search”, 14-16 November 2012, Como, Italy (issue 18.B), and the SeqAhead “The Next NGS Challenge Conference: Data Processing and Integration”, 14-16 May 2013, Valencia, Spain (issue 19.A).

We therefore continue to welcome contributions from other Societies and Networks, and encourage interested parties to contact members of the Editorial Board.

EMBnet.journal Editorial Board

Fri, 2013-10-25 10:57 Fri, 2013-10-25 11:04 Fri, 2013-10-25 11:04 Fri, 2013-10-25 11:04
25/Oct/2013 CPGR Junior software developer position

The Centre for Proteomic & Genomic Research (CPGR) seeks to hire a Junior software developer to complement  a  Bioinformatics  project  team  participating  in  the  NIH  funded  H3ABioNet  program  at  the  CPGR  node. 

Application deadline: November 6th, 2013

Procedure for application

Interested  candidates  should  submit  a  short  cover  letter  and  C.V.  together  with  the  names  and  contact  details  of  two  referees  to  surayah.hartley@cpgr.org.za  by  6th  of  November  2013. Applications  will  be  accepted  by  email,  fax  (+27  21  447  3228)  or  post  (Centre  for  Proteomic  &  Genomic Research, c/o Institute of Infectious Disease & Molecular Medicine, Wolfson Pavilion Level 3, UCT Faculty Of Health Sciences, Observatory, Cape Town 7925, South Africa).

The Centre for Proteomic & Genomic Research (CPGR) seeks to hire a Junior software developer to complement  a  Bioinformatics  project  team  participating  in  the  NIH  funded  H3ABioNet  program  at  the  CPGR  node. 

Application deadline: November 6th, 2013

Procedure for application

Interested  candidates  should  submit  a  short  cover  letter  and  C.V.  together  with  the  names  and  contact  details  of  two  referees  to  surayah.hartley@cpgr.org.za  by  6th  of  November  2013. Applications  will  be  accepted  by  email,  fax  (+27  21  447  3228)  or  post  (Centre  for  Proteomic  &  Genomic Research, c/o Institute of Infectious Disease & Molecular Medicine, Wolfson Pavilion Level 3, UCT Faculty Of Health Sciences, Observatory, Cape Town 7925, South Africa).

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The Centre for Proteomic & Genomic Research (CPGR) seeks to hire a Junior software developer to complement  a  Bioinformatics  project  team  participating  in  the  NIH  funded  H3ABioNet  program  at  the  CPGR  node. 

Application deadline: November 6th, 2013

Procedure for application

Interested  candidates  should  submit  a  short  cover  letter  and  C.V.  together  with  the  names  and  contact  details  of  two  referees  to  surayah.hartley@cpgr.org.za  by  6th  of  November  2013. Applications  will  be  accepted  by  email,  fax  (+27  21  447  3228)  or  post  (Centre  for  Proteomic  &  Genomic Research, c/o Institute of Infectious Disease & Molecular Medicine, Wolfson Pavilion Level 3, UCT Faculty Of Health Sciences, Observatory, Cape Town 7925, South Africa).

Fri, 2013-10-25 09:28 Fri, 2013-10-25 09:28 Fri, 2013-10-25 09:28 Fri, 2013-10-25 09:28
25/Oct/2013 CPGR Junior software developer position

The Centre for Proteomic & Genomic Research (CPGR) seeks to hire a Junior software developer to complement  a  Bioinformatics  project  team  participating  in  the  NIH  funded  H3ABioNet  program  at  the  CPGR  node. 

Application deadline: November 6th, 2013

Procedure for application

Interested  candidates  should  submit  a  short  cover  letter  and  C.V.  together  with  the  names  and  contact  details  of  two  referees  to  surayah.hartley@cpgr.org.za  by  6th  of  November  2013. Applications  will  be  accepted  by  email,  fax  (+27  21  447  3228)  or  post  (Centre  for  Proteomic  &  Genomic Research, c/o Institute of Infectious Disease & Molecular Medicine, Wolfson Pavilion Level 3, UCT Faculty Of Health Sciences, Observatory, Cape Town 7925, South Africa).

The Centre for Proteomic & Genomic Research (CPGR) seeks to hire a Junior software developer to complement  a  Bioinformatics  project  team  participating  in  the  NIH  funded  H3ABioNet  program  at  the  CPGR  node. 

Application deadline: November 6th, 2013

Procedure for application

Interested  candidates  should  submit  a  short  cover  letter  and  C.V.  together  with  the  names  and  contact  details  of  two  referees  to  surayah.hartley@cpgr.org.za  by  6th  of  November  2013. Applications  will  be  accepted  by  email,  fax  (+27  21  447  3228)  or  post  (Centre  for  Proteomic  &  Genomic Research, c/o Institute of Infectious Disease & Molecular Medicine, Wolfson Pavilion Level 3, UCT Faculty Of Health Sciences, Observatory, Cape Town 7925, South Africa).

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The Centre for Proteomic & Genomic Research (CPGR) seeks to hire a Junior software developer to complement  a  Bioinformatics  project  team  participating  in  the  NIH  funded  H3ABioNet  program  at  the  CPGR  node. 

Application deadline: November 6th, 2013

Procedure for application

Interested  candidates  should  submit  a  short  cover  letter  and  C.V.  together  with  the  names  and  contact  details  of  two  referees  to  surayah.hartley@cpgr.org.za  by  6th  of  November  2013. Applications  will  be  accepted  by  email,  fax  (+27  21  447  3228)  or  post  (Centre  for  Proteomic  &  Genomic Research, c/o Institute of Infectious Disease & Molecular Medicine, Wolfson Pavilion Level 3, UCT Faculty Of Health Sciences, Observatory, Cape Town 7925, South Africa).

Fri, 2013-10-25 09:28 Fri, 2013-10-25 09:28 Fri, 2013-10-25 09:28 Fri, 2013-10-25 09:28
06/Sep/2013 11th Annual RECOMB Satellite Workshop on Comparative Genomics

 RECOMB-CG 2013

The RECOMB Satellite Workshop on Comparative Genomics aims to provide the premier forum for new computational developments applied to all aspects of comparative genomics, including genome structure and organization, genome function, evolution.

EMBnet is proud to announce its support as Sponsor of the RECOMB-CG 2013 Conference.

Early registration deadline: 6 September 2013.

Contributions will refer to:

  •     algorithms in genome rearrangement,
  •     comparative tools for genome assembly,
  •     gene identification and/or annotation,
  •     comparison of functional networks,
  •     genomic variation,
  •     comparative epigenomics,
  •     genome evolution,
  •     paleogenomics,
  •     cancer evolutionary genomics.

Any other research topics not listed here and relevant to comparative genomics will also be considered with a strong interest likewise.

Keynotes speakers
Tal Dagan, Kiel
France Denoeud, Paris
Laurent Duret, Lyon
Nicolas Galtier, Montpellier
Ludovic Orlando, Copenhagen
Kay Pruefer, Leipzig

Steering committee
David Sankoff, Aoife Mclysaght, Jens Lagergren

Program committee chairs
Macha Nikolski, Yves van de Peer

Organizing committee chairs
Frédéric Brunet, Eric Tannier

More at the Conference web site.

 RECOMB-CG 2013

The RECOMB Satellite Workshop on Comparative Genomics aims to provide the premier forum for new computational developments applied to all aspects of comparative genomics, including genome structure and organization, genome function, evolution.

EMBnet is proud to announce its support as Sponsor of the RECOMB-CG 2013 Conference.

Early registration deadline: 6 September 2013.

Contributions will refer to:

  •     algorithms in genome rearrangement,
  •     comparative tools for genome assembly,
  •     gene identification and/or annotation,
  •     comparison of functional networks,
  •     genomic variation,
  •     comparative epigenomics,
  •     genome evolution,
  •     paleogenomics,
  •     cancer evolutionary genomics.

Any other research topics not listed here and relevant to comparative genomics will also be considered with a strong interest likewise.

Keynotes speakers
Tal Dagan, Kiel
France Denoeud, Paris
Laurent Duret, Lyon
Nicolas Galtier, Montpellier
Ludovic Orlando, Copenhagen
Kay Pruefer, Leipzig

Steering committee
David Sankoff, Aoife Mclysaght, Jens Lagergren

Program committee chairs
Macha Nikolski, Yves van de Peer

Organizing committee chairs
Frédéric Brunet, Eric Tannier

More at the Conference web site.

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 RECOMB-CG 2013

The RECOMB Satellite Workshop on Comparative Genomics aims to provide the premier forum for new computational developments applied to all aspects of comparative genomics, including genome structure and organization, genome function, evolution.

EMBnet is proud to announce its support as Sponsor of the RECOMB-CG 2013 Conference.

Early registration deadline: 6 September 2013.

Contributions will refer to:

  •     algorithms in genome rearrangement,
  •     comparative tools for genome assembly,
  •     gene identification and/or annotation,
  •     comparison of functional networks,
  •     genomic variation,
  •     comparative epigenomics,
  •     genome evolution,
  •     paleogenomics,
  •     cancer evolutionary genomics.

Any other research topics not listed here and relevant to comparative genomics will also be considered with a strong interest likewise.

Keynotes speakers
Tal Dagan, Kiel
France Denoeud, Paris
Laurent Duret, Lyon
Nicolas Galtier, Montpellier
Ludovic Orlando, Copenhagen
Kay Pruefer, Leipzig

Steering committee
David Sankoff, Aoife Mclysaght, Jens Lagergren

Program committee chairs
Macha Nikolski, Yves van de Peer

Organizing committee chairs
Frédéric Brunet, Eric Tannier

More at the Conference web site.

Fri, 2013-09-06 15:20 Fri, 2013-09-06 15:27 Fri, 2013-09-06 15:27 Fri, 2013-09-06 15:27
06/Sep/2013 11th Annual RECOMB Satellite Workshop on Comparative Genomics

 RECOMB-CG 2013

The RECOMB Satellite Workshop on Comparative Genomics aims to provide the premier forum for new computational developments applied to all aspects of comparative genomics, including genome structure and organization, genome function, evolution.

EMBnet is proud to announce its support as Sponsor of the RECOMB-CG 2013 Conference.

Early registration deadline: 6 September 2013.

Contributions will refer to:

  •     algorithms in genome rearrangement,
  •     comparative tools for genome assembly,
  •     gene identification and/or annotation,
  •     comparison of functional networks,
  •     genomic variation,
  •     comparative epigenomics,
  •     genome evolution,
  •     paleogenomics,
  •     cancer evolutionary genomics.

Any other research topics not listed here and relevant to comparative genomics will also be considered with a strong interest likewise.

Keynotes speakers
Tal Dagan, Kiel
France Denoeud, Paris
Laurent Duret, Lyon
Nicolas Galtier, Montpellier
Ludovic Orlando, Copenhagen
Kay Pruefer, Leipzig

Steering committee
David Sankoff, Aoife Mclysaght, Jens Lagergren

Program committee chairs
Macha Nikolski, Yves van de Peer

Organizing committee chairs
Frédéric Brunet, Eric Tannier

More at the Conference web site.

 RECOMB-CG 2013

The RECOMB Satellite Workshop on Comparative Genomics aims to provide the premier forum for new computational developments applied to all aspects of comparative genomics, including genome structure and organization, genome function, evolution.

EMBnet is proud to announce its support as Sponsor of the RECOMB-CG 2013 Conference.

Early registration deadline: 6 September 2013.

Contributions will refer to:

  •     algorithms in genome rearrangement,
  •     comparative tools for genome assembly,
  •     gene identification and/or annotation,
  •     comparison of functional networks,
  •     genomic variation,
  •     comparative epigenomics,
  •     genome evolution,
  •     paleogenomics,
  •     cancer evolutionary genomics.

Any other research topics not listed here and relevant to comparative genomics will also be considered with a strong interest likewise.

Keynotes speakers
Tal Dagan, Kiel
France Denoeud, Paris
Laurent Duret, Lyon
Nicolas Galtier, Montpellier
Ludovic Orlando, Copenhagen
Kay Pruefer, Leipzig

Steering committee
David Sankoff, Aoife Mclysaght, Jens Lagergren

Program committee chairs
Macha Nikolski, Yves van de Peer

Organizing committee chairs
Frédéric Brunet, Eric Tannier

More at the Conference web site.

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 RECOMB-CG 2013

The RECOMB Satellite Workshop on Comparative Genomics aims to provide the premier forum for new computational developments applied to all aspects of comparative genomics, including genome structure and organization, genome function, evolution.

EMBnet is proud to announce its support as Sponsor of the RECOMB-CG 2013 Conference.

Early registration deadline: 6 September 2013.

Contributions will refer to:

  •     algorithms in genome rearrangement,
  •     comparative tools for genome assembly,
  •     gene identification and/or annotation,
  •     comparison of functional networks,
  •     genomic variation,
  •     comparative epigenomics,
  •     genome evolution,
  •     paleogenomics,
  •     cancer evolutionary genomics.

Any other research topics not listed here and relevant to comparative genomics will also be considered with a strong interest likewise.

Keynotes speakers
Tal Dagan, Kiel
France Denoeud, Paris
Laurent Duret, Lyon
Nicolas Galtier, Montpellier
Ludovic Orlando, Copenhagen
Kay Pruefer, Leipzig

Steering committee
David Sankoff, Aoife Mclysaght, Jens Lagergren

Program committee chairs
Macha Nikolski, Yves van de Peer

Organizing committee chairs
Frédéric Brunet, Eric Tannier

More at the Conference web site.

Fri, 2013-09-06 15:20 Fri, 2013-09-06 15:27 Fri, 2013-09-06 15:27 Fri, 2013-09-06 15:27
07/Jun/2013 EMBnet's patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

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EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

Fri, 2013-06-07 14:30 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57
07/Jun/2013 EMBnet's patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

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EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

Fri, 2013-06-07 14:30 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57
07/Jun/2013 EMBnet's patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

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EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

Fri, 2013-06-07 14:30 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57
07/Jun/2013 EMBnet's patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

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EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

Fri, 2013-06-07 14:30 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57
07/Jun/2013 EMBnet's patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

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EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

Fri, 2013-06-07 14:30 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57
07/Jun/2013 EMBnet's patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

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EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

Fri, 2013-06-07 14:30 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57
07/Jun/2013 EMBnet's patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

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EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

Fri, 2013-06-07 14:30 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57
07/Jun/2013 EMBnet's patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

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EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

Fri, 2013-06-07 14:30 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57
07/Jun/2013 EMBnet's patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

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EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

Fri, 2013-06-07 14:30 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57
07/Jun/2013 EMBnet's patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

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EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

Fri, 2013-06-07 14:30 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57
07/Jun/2013 EMBnet's patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

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EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

Fri, 2013-06-07 14:30 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57
07/Jun/2013 EMBnet's patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

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EMBnet is pleased to announce its patronage of the NETTAB 2013 Workshop

Semantic, Social, and Mobile Applications

forBioinformatics and Biomedical Laboratories

 NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013 is the thirteenth in a series of international workshops on Network Tools and Applications in Biology. EMBnet supported the NETTAB 2012 workshop and published the workshop Proceedings on the EMBnet.journal. As a follow up of the collaboration established in 2012, EMBnet is very glad to confirm its patronage to the 2013's edition of the NETTAB worksop.

NETTAB workshops are aimed at presenting and discussing emerging ICT technologies whose adoption in support of biology could be of particular interest.

The NETTAB 2013 workshop will explore mobile, social, and semantic solutions for bioinformatics and laboratory informatics. A savvy combination of these technologies could greatly enhance the research outcome of life scientists and markedly simplify workflows in biomedical laboratories.

 

Call for Abstracts


Deadlines
July 5, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Oral communications
July 31, 2013: Abstract submission deadline for Posters

Topics
All aspects of the focus theme, including issues, methods, algorithms, and technologies for the design and development of tools and platforms able to provide Semantic, Social, And Mobile (SeSaMo) applications supporting bioinformatics and the activities carried out in a biomedical laboratory. More at: NETTAB 2013 Call for Papers.

Accepted abstracts will be included in the Proceedings of the workshop, that will be published in a Supplement of EMBnet.journal (ISSN: 2226-6089).

Registration
Early registration deadline: September 13, 2013.

Members of EMBnet wishing to attend the NETTAB workshop can profit from a discounted registration fee. More at NETTAB registration web page.

Conference Venue
The workshop will be located in one of the Congress venues of Venice Convention in Lido of Venice: http://www.veniceconvention.it/en/polo.php .

 

Fri, 2013-06-07 14:30 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57 Fri, 2013-06-07 14:57
02/Mar/2013 2013: 25th Anniversary of EMBnet
 Digest Dec 2012

 

The 2012 has been a wonderful year for EMBnet.

New important alliances have been enstablished with major Societies and Networks worldwide.

We are very glad that major achivements for EMBnet arrive just in time to greeting the 25°year since the EMBnet foundation in 1988.

 

 
We wish to EMBnet many more years of success and good stories to tell, such as those of 2012!

The EMBnet Operational Board

Terri Attwood, Erik Bongcam-Rudloff, Andreas Gisel, Etienne de Villeir, Goran Neshich, Pedro Fernandes, George Magklaras, Domenica D'Elia

 

 

 Digest Dec 2012

 

The 2012 has been a wonderful year for EMBnet.

New important alliances have been enstablished with major Societies and Networks worldwide.

We are very glad that major achivements for EMBnet arrive just in time to greeting the 25°year since the EMBnet foundation in 1988.

 

 
We wish to EMBnet many more years of success and good stories to tell, such as those of 2012!

The EMBnet Operational Board

Terri Attwood, Erik Bongcam-Rudloff, Andreas Gisel, Etienne de Villeir, Goran Neshich, Pedro Fernandes, George Magklaras, Domenica D'Elia

 

 

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 Digest Dec 2012

 

The 2012 has been a wonderful year for EMBnet.

New important alliances have been enstablished with major Societies and Networks worldwide.

We are very glad that major achivements for EMBnet arrive just in time to greeting the 25°year since the EMBnet foundation in 1988.

 

 
We wish to EMBnet many more years of success and good stories to tell, such as those of 2012!

The EMBnet Operational Board

Terri Attwood, Erik Bongcam-Rudloff, Andreas Gisel, Etienne de Villeir, Goran Neshich, Pedro Fernandes, George Magklaras, Domenica D'Elia

 

 

Fri, 2013-03-01 17:54 Sat, 2013-03-02 17:28 Sat, 2013-03-02 17:28 Sat, 2013-03-02 17:28
01/Mar/2013 NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop

The Italian EMBnet Node, CNR-ITB, is glad to announce the SeqAhead-AllBio joining workshop "NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop".

The workshop will take place in Bari (Italy) from 17 to 19 April, 2013. Registration and submission are now open.

For more info go to Event Section or visit the workshop web site.

The Italian EMBnet Node, CNR-ITB, is glad to announce the SeqAhead-AllBio joining workshop "NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop".

The workshop will take place in Bari (Italy) from 17 to 19 April, 2013. Registration and submission are now open.

For more info go to Event Section or visit the workshop web site.

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The Italian EMBnet Node, CNR-ITB, is glad to announce the SeqAhead-AllBio joining workshop "NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop".

The workshop will take place in Bari (Italy) from 17 to 19 April, 2013. Registration and submission are now open.

For more info go to Event Section or visit the workshop web site.

Fri, 2013-03-01 16:51 Fri, 2013-03-01 16:58 Fri, 2013-03-01 16:58 Fri, 2013-03-01 16:58
01/Mar/2013 NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop

The Italian EMBnet Node, CNR-ITB, is glad to announce the SeqAhead-AllBio joining workshop "NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop".

The workshop will take place in Bari (Italy) from 17 to 19 April, 2013. Registration and submission are now open.

For more info go to Event Section or visit the workshop web site.

The Italian EMBnet Node, CNR-ITB, is glad to announce the SeqAhead-AllBio joining workshop "NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop".

The workshop will take place in Bari (Italy) from 17 to 19 April, 2013. Registration and submission are now open.

For more info go to Event Section or visit the workshop web site.

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The Italian EMBnet Node, CNR-ITB, is glad to announce the SeqAhead-AllBio joining workshop "NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop".

The workshop will take place in Bari (Italy) from 17 to 19 April, 2013. Registration and submission are now open.

For more info go to Event Section or visit the workshop web site.

Fri, 2013-03-01 16:51 Fri, 2013-03-01 16:58 Fri, 2013-03-01 16:58 Fri, 2013-03-01 16:58
01/Mar/2013 NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop

The Italian EMBnet Node, CNR-ITB, is glad to announce the SeqAhead-AllBio joining workshop "NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop".

The workshop will take place in Bari (Italy) from 17 to 19 April, 2013. Registration and submission are now open.

For more info go to Event Section or visit the workshop web site.

The Italian EMBnet Node, CNR-ITB, is glad to announce the SeqAhead-AllBio joining workshop "NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop".

The workshop will take place in Bari (Italy) from 17 to 19 April, 2013. Registration and submission are now open.

For more info go to Event Section or visit the workshop web site.

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The Italian EMBnet Node, CNR-ITB, is glad to announce the SeqAhead-AllBio joining workshop "NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop".

The workshop will take place in Bari (Italy) from 17 to 19 April, 2013. Registration and submission are now open.

For more info go to Event Section or visit the workshop web site.

Fri, 2013-03-01 16:51 Fri, 2013-03-01 16:58 Fri, 2013-03-01 16:58 Fri, 2013-03-01 16:58
01/Mar/2013 NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop

The Italian EMBnet Node, CNR-ITB, is glad to announce the SeqAhead-AllBio joining workshop "NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop".

The workshop will take place in Bari (Italy) from 17 to 19 April, 2013. Registration and submission are now open.

For more info go to Event Section or visit the workshop web site.

The Italian EMBnet Node, CNR-ITB, is glad to announce the SeqAhead-AllBio joining workshop "NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop".

The workshop will take place in Bari (Italy) from 17 to 19 April, 2013. Registration and submission are now open.

For more info go to Event Section or visit the workshop web site.

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The Italian EMBnet Node, CNR-ITB, is glad to announce the SeqAhead-AllBio joining workshop "NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop".

The workshop will take place in Bari (Italy) from 17 to 19 April, 2013. Registration and submission are now open.

For more info go to Event Section or visit the workshop web site.

Fri, 2013-03-01 16:51 Fri, 2013-03-01 16:58 Fri, 2013-03-01 16:58 Fri, 2013-03-01 16:58
01/Mar/2013 NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop

The Italian EMBnet Node, CNR-ITB, is glad to announce the SeqAhead-AllBio joining workshop "NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop".

The workshop will take place in Bari (Italy) from 17 to 19 April, 2013. Registration and submission are now open.

For more info go to Event Section or visit the workshop web site.

The Italian EMBnet Node, CNR-ITB, is glad to announce the SeqAhead-AllBio joining workshop "NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop".

The workshop will take place in Bari (Italy) from 17 to 19 April, 2013. Registration and submission are now open.

For more info go to Event Section or visit the workshop web site.

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The Italian EMBnet Node, CNR-ITB, is glad to announce the SeqAhead-AllBio joining workshop "NGS and non-coding RNA data analysis workshop".

The workshop will take place in Bari (Italy) from 17 to 19 April, 2013. Registration and submission are now open.

For more info go to Event Section or visit the workshop web site.

Fri, 2013-03-01 16:51 Fri, 2013-03-01 16:58 Fri, 2013-03-01 16:58 Fri, 2013-03-01 16:58

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