The Human Genetics department of the Leiden University Medical Centre has three vacancies in its Biosemantics and Bioinformatics groups. Applicants should be motivated by solving biological problems and committed to the use of emerging e-Science approaches.
The deadline for applications is 8 November 2010.
The autumn edition of EPCC News is now available online: download EPCC News.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the founding of the EPCC, the supercomputing centre based at the University of Edinburgh. The newsletter takes a look back over the centre's history. You can also read about EPCC's latest work, including research collaborations, visitor programmes and EPCC's MSC in High Performance Computing.
...on scientific data in Europe has been published. More on the blog.
We're stealing Malcolm's method of getting attention for our new blog post about the AHM. Read the post here.
The Software Sustainability Institute stand is up and running at the AHM 2010 in Cardiff. We're the first booth you will see as you enter the exhibitors hall, and it's hard to miss us since our stand is decorated with tightrope walkers and human pyramids.
There's a lot going on at the stand. To find out more about us, you can pick up a flyer or use one of the SSI laptops to browse our interactive powerpoint. If you have a question…
The Digital Preservation Coalition will be supporting three fully funded scholarships to attend 'How to set up and run a data service' at the UK Data Archive in November 2010. Applications are welcomed from DPC members and associates. The scholarship covers tuition fees, course materials, access to online resources, lunch and refreshments. Successful applicants will be asked to help promote the course and the work of the coalition.
For more information see the DPC leadership…
The management, development and curation of robust software are key to research. That is the conclusion of a recent national consultation, undertaken by EPSRC, which gathered researchers’ views of the facilities and services required to conduct high quality research. The creation of the UK’s Software Sustainability Institute (SSI) will fulfil a vital role by co-ordinating how we sustain important research software and make it available for future use.