BGI, U. of Birmingham Receive Funding to Develop Metabolomics Analysis Software Platform | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The UK's Natural Environment Research Council is funding a partnership established by the University of Birmingham, BGI, and its open-access journal GigaScience to develop a software platform to analyze environmental metabolomics data on a large scale.

BGI did not disclose the amount of the funding, but said that it will pay for a developer from the university's School of Biosciences to travel to Hong Kong and work with GigaScience to develop the Galaxy workflow system for metabolomics data analyses.

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