Tag Archive for bioinformatics

Latest bioinformatics sketchnotes…

Sketchnoting Science Stuff Last week I attended a couple of interesting bioinformatics seminars: one about the burgeoning EBI RDF platform (www.ebi.ac.uk/rdf/platform) was described by Andy Jenkinson of EMBL-EBI…   …and the other from Dr Lee Harland of Connected Discovery, who…

Bioinformatics in Australia: new sketchnote

  EMBL-EBI recently hosted Mark Crowe of QFAB for a talk about Bioinformatics in Australia, which I sketchnoted.  It was interesting to hear about the challenges that are faced over there; in particular, the huge distances between cities and the…

Bioinformatics Meets User-Centred Design: A Perspective

I’m really happy to announce that our latest article on user experience in bioinformatics has just been published in peer-reviewed open access journal, PLoS Computational Biology. The citation is PLoS Comput Biol 8(7): e1002554. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1002554 Thanks to everyone involved –…

Careers day at DKFZ Heidelberg

What do I do, and how did I get here? This is the subject of the talk I am giving today at the careers day at DKFZ (German Cancer Research Institute) in Heidelberg, Germany.  The slides will be available on…

What Cranfield has done for me

Just before Christmas, Cranfield University asked if I would be happy to talk about my time studying there in a promotional video.  I said yes and they have created a sweet (if slightly cringe-worthy on my part) photofilm video, which…