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.
Hans Zauner - March 30, 2018
A genome scale model of Pseudomonas aeruginosa published recently in GigaScience will help scientists to fight multi-drug-resistant superbugs. Pseudomonas aeruginosa is one of the world’s most dangerous pathogens, causing life-threatening infections. It is increasingly resistant to all antibiotics. The antibiotic polymyxin is a weapon of last resort against the superbug, but P. aeruginosa is increasingly gaining […]
Peter Li - January 22, 2018
A highlight of 2017 was a 2nd GigaScience hackathon in ourHK office from a metabolomics project called CUDDEL, all thanks to BBSRC China Partnering Award
Scott Edmunds - July 19, 2016
David Johnson and the PhenoMeNal consortium have a guest posting on their efforts in building an open, community-supported, e-infrastructure for medical metabolomics data, and how they are seeking community feedback on the requirements for the data infrastructures needed.
Nicole Nogoy - March 13, 2016
We are continuing our support for metabolomics open data and training with a 2nd BBSRC UK-China collaboration grant focussing on metabolomics data
Nicole Nogoy - December 14, 2015
An end-of-year Christmassy 2015 wrap-up from Nicole Nogoy on everything that has happened to GigaScience in the last year
Scott Edmunds - May 13, 2015
GigaScience pushes metabolomics Open Data & training, with a new BBSRC grant and our metabolomics series launching
Nicole Nogoy - November 27, 2014
GigaScience Technology Update 2014, outlining the many upcoming technical developments, including some published examples that showcase them.
Scott Edmunds - August 22, 2014
Ain’t No Party like a Bring Your Own Data Party: write-up of the BYOD workshop we organised in Hong Kong bringing together data producers, modellers, curators and database experts
Nicole Nogoy - November 5, 2013
A GigaGathering at ICG8 in the era of big data and crowdsourcing, covering the special track we organised on crowdsourcing and open science.