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Bioinformatics software repositories: OMICtools & MyBioSoftware

Nowadays, there is a vast amount of researchers and developers creating bioinformatics software, tools and libraries. Although web search engines are important resources when looking for existing bioinformatics software, dedicated sites are also welcome. In this scenario, OMICtools and MyBioSoftware are two valuable resources, since they provide high quality, curated lists and reviews of existing bioinformatics software.

OMICtools is a manually curated metadatabase that provides an overview of more than 4400 web-accessible tools related to genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics. All tools have been classified by omic technologies (next-generation sequencing, microarray, mass spectrometry and nuclear magnetic resonance) associated with published evaluations of tool performance.

Similarly, MyBioSoftware is a blog-like web page that offers a complete, up-to-date list of bioinformatics software, classified in different categories such as assembly tools, proteomics or RNA analysis, among others.

 
SING group will be present in Transfiere 2016 forum with InNoCBR

The European Forum for Science, Technology and Innovation (Transfiere), which celebrates its 5th edition next 10th and 11th of February at Málaga (Spain), represents a business chance to find potential, technological partners of the scientific and business areas. Transfiere is the biggest professional and multi-sectoral forum of Spanish Innovation, involving public administrations, business associations, european centers of innovating companies, technology centers, clusters, companies (big, SMES, EBTs, and startups), foundations, institutes of technology, scientific and technological parks and universities.

In this year's edition, SING research group will participate with InNoCBR, an intelligent system for the detection and classification of nosocomial infection cases developed in collaboration with the Preventive Medicine Service at Complejo Hospitalario Universitario de Ourense (CHUO) and the support of the University of Vigo.

 
Launching of the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI)

Thomson Reuters recently launched the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), which extends the universe of publications in Web of Science in order to include high-quality, peer-reviewed publications of regional importance and in emerging scientific fields. ESCI makes content visible in Web of Science Core Collection to key opinion leaders, evaluators and funders, even if it has not yet reached a notorious citation impact on an international audience.

Journals included in ESCI have passed a first editorial evaluation and can continue to be considered for inclusion in SCIE, SSCI, or AHCI, which have rigorous selection criteria and evaluation processes. All ESCI journals will be indexed according to the same standards, including cover-to-cover indexing, cited reference indexing, subject category assignment, and indexing all authors and addresses.

 
Un sistema de análisis genómicos gana el Concurso de Proyectos Tecnológicos

El jueves 10 de diciembre fueron entregados en la Escuela Superior de Ingeniería Informática de Ourense los premios del 15º Concurso de Proyectos Tecnológicos. En la modalidad B, resultó ganador el proyecto titulado Sistema para la detección de grandes inserciónes y eliminaciones genéticas y ayuda al diagnóstico de trastornos neurometabólicos de Nuria Canle Casares bajo la tutela del Dr. Daniel González Peña.

 
ALTER available on Debian and Ubuntu operating systems!

Our successful sequence alignment converter, ALTER, is available on Debian stretch (which "testing" release right now) and in Ubuntu Xenial (the future Ubuntu 16.04 release) as a package named "alter-sequence-alignment" [Debian package] [Ubuntu package].

We are very proud that our software be worth to be included in these fantastic operating systems!

 
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