Carpentry in R underway at Griffith University

A diverse group attended this week’s QCIF-hosted Carpentries workshop in statistical software ‘R’ at Griffith University.

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Nicko Matigian joins QFAB as a Data Analyst

Nicholas (Nicko) Matigian has joined QFAB Bioinformatics as a data analyst, specifically as a biostatistician and bioinformatician.

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QUT kicks off 2018’s Software Carpentry workshops

QCIF kicked off its Software Carpentry workshops for the year with a Python session at QUT on 20–21 February.

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QFAB helping drive intersection of informatics and eHealth at a Women in Technology event

QFAB’s Head of Computational Biology, Dr Gareth Price, spoke at the first joint Women in Technology and Australian Computer Society event on Tuesday, 27 February in Brisbane.

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QCIF attends eResearch NZ

QCIF’s Outreach and Engineering Manager and QCIF’s Manager of National User Support (a Nectar-funded position), headed to the land of the long white (research) cloud last month to attend the eResearch New Zealand conference in Queenstown.

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BioLab sessions added to UQ’s Hacky Hour

Hacky Hour UQ has introduced monthly sessions to help biology researchers, especially early to mid-career researchers, with their technical laboratory work.

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Synergising Australian bioinformatics resources through the launch of Galaxy Australia

QCIF is proud to announce that Galaxy-QLD is expanding and being relaunched nationally as Galaxy Australia. 

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QCIF welcomes ODI Australian Network’s new CEO

QCIF collaborator Open Data Institute Australian Network has secured Scott Waters as its new CEO.

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QCIF’s plans for 2018 and beyond

QCIF's CEO outlines our goals for the coming years, including plans to increase compute power and data storage, expand virtual laboratories, and focus on partnering on big data challenges in government, eco-science, agriculture and health.

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Making your QRIScloud data collection even easier to access

Managing data collections stored on QRIScloud has become even easier with recent upgrades for Object Storage and Nextcloud access.

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