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Bill Fox Apr 17
Non stop action at the booth at with customers, media and analysts, but the view when I went out to grab coffee wasn’t too shabby either....
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Hans Constandt Apr 17
Proud to win the People's Choice Award today. Thank you so much for the votes, positive support & super feedback. And we sure love all hackathon fans :-)
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Jussi Paananen Apr 15
Awesome to be back in my old neighborhood in Boston. A bit rainy for a marathon, guess I'll skip and focus on the conference. See you guys there!
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Jonathan Jacobs Apr 17
Me “Hi! How are you!? Let’s go grab a cup of coffee to catch up.” ☕️ “Omg! How are you!? Let’s go grab a cup of coffee to catch up.” ☕️🤣 “OMG!! How are you!? Let’s go grab a cup of coffee to ca-catch up.” ☕️☕️☕️🤩☕️ “OMiGedz! Hahhow r yu? I can’t see u...”🤪
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Geraldine Van der Auwera Apr 15
NCBI FAIR Hackathon about to kick off , and we have a great group assembled to hack on synthetic data generation!
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Bio-IT World Apr 18
That’s a wrap! Thanks to the community for our best year yet! Now and I are putting our feet up. Cheers!
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Helena Deus Apr 18
At , the data access problem is solved with after data standardization and foundational data services are solved
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Kees van Bochove Apr 17
A familiar sight, here from frontrunner . You get quality clinical dara, especially oncology, via manual curation (can be AI assisted ofc). Still remember explaining they got to a 10B valuation by 'doing the hard work no one else wanted to do'
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Enis Afgan Apr 17
Vahid Jalili at Google Cloud booth talking about at
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DNAstack Apr 16
Tomorrow at our Co-Founder and VP of engineering, will be presenting new standards and technologies we’ve been working on to enable global discovery of genomics and clinical data powered by . Wednesday 10am at Google Cloud Booth No. 400
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Hans Constandt Apr 18
was a blast w great hackathon, lots of people visiting us, winning an award, great networking w experts, leads signing up, still a telco at the end & excellent organisation from Many thx! 👍👌
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John Greene, Ph.D. Apr 17
Anne Carpenter - need more user friendly interfaces to AI to allow average biologists to use the tools
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Geraldine Van der Auwera Apr 14
Whose brilliant idea was it to schedule the hackathon in downtown Boston **on marathon day**?
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Rachael Acker Apr 17
Amazing keynote at by - open science is enabling high trust distributed network of communities.
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Chris Dwan Apr 16
I’ll be at all week, and would love to chat with friends both old and new. I tend to loiter near the coffee shop at the top of the escalators, and DMs are open if you want to coordinate a more specific time.
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Lifebit Apr 18
Thank you for the wonderful experience ! We're excited to forge ahead with all the amazing individuals & opportunities! 🚀 Until next year!
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Genomenon Apr 17
We won! at Congrats to ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ and team!
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The Hyve Apr 18
"Sharing and Visualizing Cancer Genomic Datasets using cBioPortal" talk by Carlos Rios () and Sjoerd van Hagen (). You can also discuss with Sjoerd after the talk at our booth #418 🙂
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Cindy Crowninshield Apr 18
You voted and winners announced today! Congratulations to Paul Weiner from Flatley Discovery Lab for winning People's Choice Poster Award @ Poster 20 Machine Learning for Drug Discovery with Automated Feature Selection. Poster viewing until 1:55pm today!
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Christina Cuomo Apr 15
Spending a couple days at a hackathon at working on creating a fungal reference for the NCBI SRA. Looking for a fungal mock community in the SRA that we could use (where the species are noted). Any suggestions welcome before I create one in silico.
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