Scott Edmunds - March 6, 2023
We have an author Q&A and video abstract with Tazro Ohta where he gives some insight into archiving workflows and his new Yevis platform.
Scott Edmunds - February 28, 2023
GigaScience Press is pleased to announce GigaByte journal is now indexed in the NLM PubMed and PubMed Central (PMC) databases.
Chris Hunter - February 6, 2023
After 2 cancellations due to the pandemic, the Plant and Animal Genomes conference returned to its in-person format in January with its 30th edition. A number of the talks focused on the effects of climate change either on biodiversity or crop development. It seems only fitting then, that the weather provided a suitable demonstration with […]
Chris Armit - January 29, 2023
Write-up of the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) and European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) 2022 Meeting
Hans Zauner - January 18, 2023
A GigaScience Data Note presents a searchable library of spectra and molecules found in a collection of 1,600 plant extracts.
Hans Zauner - December 20, 2022
It was a year to remember, for more than one reason: 2022 marked the 10th anniversary of GigaScience‘s launch. The journal’s younger sibling GigaByte got an award and continued to innovate with living documents and its first trilingual article. And we published lots of memorable research, featuring, for example, a giant tortoise and 26 deadly […]
Hans Zauner - December 14, 2022
The Center for Antibody Technologies headed by Professor Andreas Laustsen-Kiel (Technical University of Denmark) used high-throughput methods to systematically analyze the venoms of the 26 most deadly snakes in sub-Saharan Africa. The results are now published in Gigascience. Each year, around 500,000 people in sub-Saharan Africa suffer from snake bites, causing an estimated 7,000 to […]
Scott Edmunds - November 28, 2022
GigaByte this week marks the first time multilingual articles have been simultaneously published in English, Spanish and Ukrainian. Showcasing a novel and award winning feature from our publishing platform.
Scott Edmunds - November 6, 2022
TDR, GBIF and GigaScience Press have announced a second call (and webinar) for the GigaByte series publishing new datasets for research on vectors of human diseases.
Chris Armit - October 20, 2022
Q&A with Henry Szechtman on his new study providing enormous amounts of rat Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder data, comprising 11.1TB of videography from >2 years of continuous recording .