[Biopython-dev] 2015 Galaxy Community Conference, 4-8 July, Norwich UK
p.j.a.cock at googlemail.com
Fri May 22 13:04:18 UTC 2015
I know some of you are also Galaxy users/contributors, so this is to
remind you that *TODAY* is the deadline for the discounted early
registration rates for GCC2015 (see email below)!
I've registered, and will be helping on some of the training day courses,
then after GCC2015 heading directly to Dublin for BOSC 2015
(disclosure: I'm co-chairing that meeting):
For those thinking of coming to BOSC and/or ISMB/ECCB, you
have a little longer before the early registration offer ends (5 June):
BOSC 2015 co-chair with Nomi Harris,
Open Bioinformatics Foundation, Board of Directors, Secretary.
On Mon, May 18, 2015 at 5:34 AM, Dave Clements
<clements at galaxyproject.org> wrote:
> The 2015 Galaxy Community Conference (GCC2015, http://gcc2015.tsl.ac.uk/) is
> being held at the Sainsbury Lab in Norwich, United Kingdom, 4-8 July.
> GCC2015 is an opportunity to meet with 200+ others working at the forefront
> data-intensive biomedical research. The 2015 edition of GCC includes more
> than ever before (http://gcc2015.tsl.ac.uk/programme/):
> Coding and Data Wrangling Hackathons (and a colocated BioJS Hackathon too)
> Two days of training offering 18 sessions on 15 topics in up to 5 parallel
> tracks, covering topics ranging from analysis to administration to tool
> A two day meeting featuring accepted talks, poster presentations, keynote
> talks, vendor exhibits, lightning talks, birds-of-a-feather meetups, and
> plenty of networking.
> Early registration is now open (but closes Friday, 22 May, which is this
> Friday). Registering early saves you 40%. Registering now ensures you'll
> get a spot in the hackathon and training sessions of your choice.
> Finally, there are also many other events going on before and after GCC2015,
> and GCC itself ends right before ISMB / ECCB starts in Dublin. See
> https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/News/NearGCC2015 for a complete list.
> Hope to see you in Norwich!
> Dave Clements, on behalf of the GCC2015 Organising Committee
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