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.
Scott Edmunds - October 14, 2022
Researchers have published a new chromosome scale reference genome for the Aldabra giant tortoise, providing a much needed genetic resource for rescue and rewilding efforts.
Scott Edmunds - October 5, 2022
Frictionless Data improves not just machine readability of scientific articles, but also enables humans to directly interact with the data within the article itself. A new article in GigaByte demonstrates frictionless data can help bring papers to life with interactive figures.
Scott Edmunds - September 21, 2022
GigaByte Journal wins the ALPSP Innovation Award for their interactive articles and tools aimed at fulfilling the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science
Scott Edmunds - September 1, 2022
A guest post from our summer data science intern Raniere Silva from Hong Kong City Uiniversity on his work on Frictionless Data and Interactive Visualisation
Scott Edmunds - July 19, 2022
Write-up of GigaScience’s 10th birthday at ISMB2022 in Wisconsin, birthday series of papers, and it’s efforts to map to the UNESCO Open Science Recommendations
Scott Edmunds - July 4, 2022
We are pleased to announce GigaByte journal has been shortlisted as a finalist in the 2022 ALPSP (Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers) Awards for Innovation in Publishing.
Scott Edmunds - June 14, 2022
New GigaByte series of vector-borne diseases data papers just out, including mosquitoes, sandflies, ticks, and kissing bugs, supported by GBIF and the WHO
Scott Edmunds - May 31, 2022
Citizen Scientists share and publish Mosquito Alert data as part of our GigaByte (& GBIF & TDR supported) series on vector-borne diseases.