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.
Chris Armit - June 27, 2022
Write up of the meeting of the Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections (SPNHC 2022) by Chris Armit.
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.
Scott Edmunds - April 21, 2022
Author Q&A with Julien Wist talking about his interactive coffee dataset just published in GigaByte that features a NMRium browser.
Chris Armit - April 7, 2022
Write-up of the The 12th international meeting on Visualizing Biological Data (VIZBI) conference
Hans Zauner - April 6, 2022
Newly published high-resolution images of the head of the blind salamander Proteus anguinus reveal adaptations for life in the dark.
Hans Zauner - March 29, 2022
A team led by scientists from Monash University have completed a major milestone towards achieving the rescue of the critically endangered helmeted honeyeater. They have deciphered the bird’s genome and created a high-density genetic linkage map, thereby introducing new tools that will be helpful in conservation efforts. You can read the GigaScience Data Note, presenting […]
Chris Armit - March 15, 2022
Author Q&A with Tom Edinburgh on his new GigaByte paper presenting Sepsis-3 criteria in AmsterdamUMCdb, an Intensive Care database.