The Ensembl team will be delivering a couple of workshops in the 12th International Congress of Human Genetics today and tomorrow. Please come along if you were interested to know about the latest improvements to our browser. Today (Friday 14th Continue reading Bonjour Montréal!
This year the Human Genome Meeting has brought us to Dubai (in the United Arab Emirates) for a very interesting conference focusing on the genomics of human genetics. Ensembl is featured in one of the satellite events organised, The Open Continue reading Ensembl in Dubai
Our workshop at the ASHG Annual Meeting has been sold out this year! During this session we will explore the latest assembly of the human genome and show some of the highlights of our genome browser. In order to make Continue reading Ensembl workshop (ASHG 2010)
Ensembl will be training at the Terrence Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Bio-molecular Research, University of Toronto this coming month of September, where we will be running two workshops (7 & 8 September). In these workshops we will provide an Continue reading Ensembl in Toronto
This could be come a new word in English is it becomes more frequent… well whilst most of Europe was grounded (and some colleagues from Ensembl stranded throughout the world) we only had to postpone one workshop… And our tour Continue reading Eyjafjallajökulled?
Ensembl is running a series of workshops in Oz, starting today in Melbourne at the VLSCI (tomorrow we have a couple of seminars at the WEHI and Peter MacCallun). Later this week we will have a further workshop in Adelaide, Continue reading ¡ə Ensembl Down Under
From this little corner of the world Ensembl will be delivering an Interactive Workshop on Friday (October 23rd) from noon (12.00) in Room 315 in the Convention Center. If you want to attend, let us know as seating is restricted Continue reading Aloha ASHG
Who is using us? During the long flight from London to Seoul, where I’m now giving workshops, I had time to do some analysis. We have recently changed the way we analyse traffic on our website. Urchin Software allows us Continue reading More about the world of Ensembl
Following our recent post updating you with feedback from our recent user survey, I wanted to share with you the following data. I’ve been data mining our web logs to get a picture of worldwide access to Ensembl (this is Continue reading A view of the world from Ensembl
We are already working on our next release (out late in April 2009) which will come with the following: Data ZebrafishWe will be releasing a new genebuild for zebrafish (with updated repeat masking) based on the latest assembly Zv8. Thus, Continue reading Ensembl 54