Bioinformatics RSS Feeds
Site - bio-itworld.com
About Site - It covers the application of informatics, IT and computer science in biomedical research and drug discovery. As the life sciences become an increasingly quantitative discipline, Bio-IT World provides topical news coverage and analysis of cutting-edge technologies to handle the data deluge in petascale computing and the tools to deliver individualized medicine.
About Site - BMC Bioinformatics is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of the development, testing and novel application of computational and statistical methods for the modeling and analysis of all kinds of biological data, as well as other areas of computational biology.
Site - rna-seqblog.com
About Site - RNA-seq, also called "Whole Transcriptome Shotgun Sequencing" refers to the use of high-throughput sequencing technologies to sequence cDNA in order to get information about a sample's RNA content.
About Site - Latest news and research from Nature.com on the topic of Computational biology and bioinformatics. Nature Research is part of Springer Nature, a leading global research, educational and professional publisher. Springer Nature is the world’s largest academic book publisher, publisher of the world’s most influential journals and a pioneer in the field of open research.
About Site - By making connections through the application of computational methods among disparate areas of biology, PLOS Computational Biology provides substantial new insight into living systems at all scales, from the nano to the macro, and across multiple disciplines, from molecular science, neuroscience and physiology to ecology and population biology.
About Site - News-Medical.Net aims to segment, profile and distribute medical news to the widest possible audience of potential beneficiaries worldwide and to provide a forum for ideas, debate and learning, and to facilitate interaction between all parts of the medical health sciences community worldwide.
New York NY
About Site - Developing great informatics solutions has been a driving force for us as company, going all the way back to our founders days as graduate students in the Department of BioInformatics, Columbia University. This quest has made Applied Informatics a unique mix of left and right brain; blending both design and engineering thinking in one.
Site - gene2drug.com/blog
About Site - BioInformatics and our SDi division combine to form the leading research and advisory firm serving the life science, analytical instrument and diagnostic industries. Our expertise includes assessing the size and attractiveness of markets, optimizing product configurations and pricing, validating corporate acquisitions, measuring customers’ brand loyalty, and evaluating brand strength and position.
Site - nsaunders.wordpress.com
About Site - I’m Neil Saunders, a data scientist and bioinformatician based in Sydney, Australia. I’ve worked as a data scientist for a healthcare technology startup, as a researcher for the CSIRO and in several universities.
Site - yeastgenome.org/blog
About Site - The Saccharomyces Genome Database (SGD) provides comprehensive integrated biological information for the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae along with search and analysis tools to explore these data, enabling the discovery of functional relationships between sequence and gene products in fungi and higher organisms.
15. Epistasis Blog - From the Computational Genetics Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania RSS Feed
Site - epistasisblog.org
Philadelphia, PA, USA
About Site - Edward Rose Professor of Informatics, Director of the Institute for Biomedical Informatics, Director of the Division of Informatics in the Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Senior Associate Dean for Informatics, The Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania.
17. NCI Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology | National Cancer Institute RSS Feed
Site - ncip.nci.nih.gov/blog
About Site - The National Cancer Informatics Program (NCIP) supports NCI research initiatives through sustaining a multidisciplinary community of biomedical researchers, informaticists, and developers dedicated to improving informatics practices in the study of cancer and the translation of that knowledge into improved clinical interventions.
About Site - Georgetown University is one of the world’s leading academic and research institutions, offering a unique educational experience that prepares the next generation of global citizens to lead and make a difference in the world.
Site - blog.basespace.illumina.com
About Site - The BaseSpace Informatics Suite is a fully integrated, cloud-based informatics platform that unifies key functionality for quickly delivering high-quality genomic information.
Site - gettinggeneticsdone.com
About Site - Getting Genetics Done (GGD) is a blog with tips, reviews, tutorials, and pointers to relevant literature in genetics and bioinformatics research.
About Site - Creative Diagnostics manufactures and markets worldwide the highest quality; innovative; specialty immunoassays. Fully-automated and semi-automated system options are available utilizing advanced direct label technology to meet the throughput needs of both large and small independent and hospital laboratories.
28. Viral Genomics & Bioinformatics - Bioinformatics I/O - Tips && tricks from a cluster of bioinformat RSS Feed
Glasgow, United Kingdom
About Site - The mission of the CVR is to carry out multidisciplinary research on viruses and viral diseases of humans and animals, translating the knowledge gained for the improvement of human and animal health.
Site - blog.genohub.com
About Site - Genohub is the easiest and most reliable way to find and order next-gen sequencing services. We connect service providers with researchers and clinicians interested in sequencing, library preparation and bioinformatics services.
Site - advaitabio.com/blog
About Site - Advaita Bioinformatics develops bioinformatics software tools for gene-expression analysis in research and pharmaceutical industries. Advaita is the only company in the bioinformatics technology sector that focuses on the pathway analysis rather than data.
Site - crazyhottommy.blogspot.com
About Site - A wet biologist's bioinformatic notes. Mostly is about Linux, R, python, reproducible research, open science and NGS. I am into data science! I am working on glioblastoma (a terrible brain cancer) genomics at MD Anderson cancer center. Disclaimer: For posts that I copied from other places, credits go to the original authors. Follow the links to the original posts, I mainly put them here for my own future references.
33. ACGT RSS Feed
Site - massgenomics.org
About Site - I am Dan Koboldt, the author of MassGenomics. I started the Massgenomics blog in 2008 to write about next-generation sequencing and medical genomics in the post-genome era. My primary research interests are human genetics and cancer genomics, and the content of my blog reflects that.
Site - nextgenseek.com
About Site - Next generation sequencing technologies have begun to totally revamp the way high-throughput biology is done and it is slowly knocking the doors of hospitals. We are getting into the era of “sequence everything” and study later. Next-Gen sequencing also spits out enormous amount of data for every experiment, we are literally being drowned in the data.
About Site - Biomedical Computation Review is a quarterly, open-access magazine funded by the National Institutes of Health and published by Simbios, one of the National Centers for Biomedical Computing located at Stanford University. BCR covers such topics as molecular dynamics, genomics, proteomics, physics-based simulation, systems biology, and other research involving computational biology.
Site - core-genomics.blogspot.com
About Site - This blog by James Hadfield provides some comments and analysis from the exciting and fast moving world of Genomics. It focusses on next-generation sequencing and microarray technologies, although it is likely to go off on tangents from time-to-time.
Site - rbaltman.wordpress.com
About Site - I’m Russ Altman and I am on the faculty at Stanford University. I have been encouraged to create this blog in order to provide hopefully useful and edgy commentary on issues related to my professional expertise, which is biomedical informatics, genetics, medicine, and bioengineering.
42. BioBits RSS Feed
Site - lab.loman.net
About Site - Nick works as an Independent Research Fellow in the Institute for Microbiology and Infection at the University of Birmingham. His current work focuses on the development and evaluation of novel molecular biology, sequencing and bioinformatics methods to aid the interpretation of genome and metagenome scale data generated in clinical and public health microbiology.
45. RajLab RSS Feed
Site - blog.eaglegenomics.com
About Site - Eagle Genomics supplies quality outsourced bioinformatics solutions. We combine cloud computing and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) expertise with a track record in building scalable, efficient genomics analysis workflows using both commercial and open source software.
Site - flxlexblog.wordpress.com
About Site - Welcome to my blog on Biology, sequencing, bioinformatics and more. I’ll post snippets of codes, ideas, perhaps discuss a paper or two, or write about anything else that I want to get off my chest.
Site - fiosgenomics.com/news
About Site - Fios Genomics is a bioinformatics provider of data analysis services to Pharma, CROs and academia for drug discovery & development and applied research across all species.
Site - stanfordcehg.wordpress.com
About Site - This is the blog of the Stanford Center for Computational, Evolutionary and Human Genomics. The blog posts are written by our researchers (students, postdocs, professors, etc).
Portland, OR, USA
About Site - This blog maintains the thoughts on various topics related to biomedical and health informatics by Dr. William Hersh, Professor and Chair, Department of Medical Informatics & Clinical Epidemiology, Oregon Health & Science University.
Site - telliott99.blogspot.com
About Site - I teach and do research in Microbiology. This blog started as a record of my adventures learning bioinformatics and using Python. It has expanded to include Cocoa, R, simple math and assorted topics.
About Site - Bioinformatics Consultants is a privately held Swedish bioinformatics company established in 2016, offering a wide range of tailored services to academia and industry. We are physically located in Stockholm, Sweden, and operate throughout Europe and North America.
New Orleans, LA, USA
About Site - Pine Biotech was established to bring computational big-data analysis tools to the Agrotech and Biotech industries to address industry-specific challenges. Here you can read the latest news and publications from Pine Biotech.
About Site - My research project focusses on elucidating the genetics of Neurodegenerative Diseases in general and in particular Frontotemporal Dementia. I mainly work on data generated by whole genome sequencing, whole exome sequencing, targeted resequencing, RNA-seq and Nanopore Sequencing using MinION.
Site - cryptogenomicon.org
About Site - Cryptogenomicon is by Sean Eddy. I’m a computational biologist at Harvard University, in Molecular & Cellular Biology and also in Applied Mathematics, and an investigator with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.A lot of what I write on the blog is about the research we’re doing, and about the research tools we develop in the lab for biological sequence analysis — most notably, HMMER and Infernal.
Site - bitsandbugs.org
About Site - This blog reflects the practicalities and impracticalities of working at the intersection of public health microbiolgy and bioinformatics, and whatever else I fancy posting about really.
Site - ewanbirney.com
EMBL-EBI, Hinxton, Cambridge
About Site - Professor Ewan Birney is joint Director of EMBL-EBI with Rolf Apweiler, nonexecutive Director of Genomics England and Chair of the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health.
Site - achri.blogspot.com
About Site - This blog provides updates on the happenings at the Bioinformatics Support Services of the Alberta Children's Hospital Research Institute. This includes a mix of technical information of use to other bioinformaticians, and practical information about services for both bench researchers and clinicians. Opinions expressed here are solely my (Paul Gordon) own, and should not be construed as ACHRI, AHS or UofC policy.