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Research Officer, Bioinformatics Division, WEHI, Melbourne

The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI) is Australia’s oldest medical research institute, and celebrated its centenary in 2015. For 100 years we have been making discoveries for humanity, improving the health of people in Australia and around the world. 392 more words

Community News

Seven ready to stop the nation with social media

Original article by Max Mason
The Australian Financial Review – Page: 25 : 24-Oct-16

Seven West Media’s coverage of the 2015 Melbourne Cup was streamed live via its Plus7 app some 340,000 times during the race itself and 488,000 times over the course of the day. 79 more words


VIC Omnium Champs: Australian First Trial of New UCI Rules

On the 13th of October, the UCI announced new changes to the Track Omnium, designed to make the race more spectator friendly. Today’s Victorian Omnium Championship, held at DISC in Melbourne, Australia, was the first women’s Omnium in the world to follow the new rules (after the first men’s event at the European Championships last night). 805 more words

Race Reports

Video now available: Reproducible Research in Python and R - Jodie Burchell @t_redactyl

Reproducible Research in Python and R

Jodie Burchell

Thank you to all those who attended Jodie’s seminar earlier this week. We had some awesome discussions about our reproducible research workflows. 424 more words


COMBINE committee nominations for 2017 - now open!

COMBINE Committee – Nominations open!

The end of the year is rapidly approaching, as is the end of the reign of this year’s COMBINE national exec. 228 more words


AusME 2017 Conference - Registration Open

Take advantage of the earlybird discount rates by registering your attendance for the inaugural Australian Microbial Ecology conference (AusME). To register please click here. … 254 more words

Community News

Women's Warrnie Winner Tessa Fabry: 'You can race 277km'

The Melbourne to Warrnambool is more than just a race. It’s a legend. The iconic ‘Warrnie’ began as a handicap in 1895. It was held as a massed start road race in 1996, in 2004 it became the world’s longest road race (at 299km), and to this day it is the world’s second oldest road race. 902 more words

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