Monthly Archives: July 2015

Reporting missing values

The GSC MIxS project is supporting the missing/null value reporting language developed by the International Nucleotide Database Collaboration (INSDC). This language has been developed to be used where a value of an expected format for sample metadata reporting can not be provided.

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Jack Gilbert named one of the 50 Scientists that change the world

Business Insider has compiled a list of 50 scientists from across the globe who are changing the world for the better, Jack Gilbert is one of them! More details are in the article.

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Standards for Automated Function Prediction

GSC member Tatiana Tatusova will be present at the ISMB/ECCB 2015 in Dublin, Ireland (July 10-14, 2015). She is taking part in a special interest group (SIG) meeting – Automated Function Prediction (AFP-SIG). The mission of the AFP-SIG is to bring

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GSC at the Microbiology of the Built Environment Conference

Lynn Schriml will be presenting a poster “MIxS-BE” during the fourth annual conference on the Microbiology of the Built Environment between July 15-18, 2015.

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