January 2021 Galaxy Newsletter

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January 2021 Galaxy Newsletter

Dave Clements
Hello all,

We are pleased to announce the first newsletter of 2021. As you can see there is a lot happening this month, starting with a working groups call about one hour from now.

Thank you for persevering through 2020, and we hope that 2021 will be a better year for the world, and for this community.

Dave Clements and Beatriz Serrano-Solano
  • Event news:
    • 2nd Galaxy-ELIXIR webinar series, starts January 20
    • Galaxy Developer Roundtables, January 7 & 21
    • Papercuts CollaborationFest: January 21
    • Future Galaxy Admin Trainings, Register your interest
    • Tripal CodeFest 2021: January 11-15
    • Structural Variant Detection using ONT Data, January 26
    • GTN Smörgåsbord: A Global Galaxy Course. Register by February 1
    • Single-cell RNA-seq & network analysis using Galaxy and Cytoscape, Apply by 26 February
  • Galaxy platform news:
    • UseGalaxy.no
    • VINYL on Laniakea
    • W4M on UseGalaxy.fr
    • Center for Phage Technology server upgraded and improved
    • Plus more UseGalaxy.* news
  • Blog posts:
    • Involvement of the Galaxy community in OLS-2 and invitation to apply to the next cohort
    • DDA and DIA proteomic analysis in Galaxy
    • GTN plant-related trainings
  • Training material and doc updates:
    • Videos: Galactic Introductions
    • Videos: Quick Tips
  • Publications
    • Metaproteomics, CorGAT (SARS-CoV-2), GAIT-GM (metabolites), and training
  • Q: Who's hiring?
    • Europe:
      • Norwegian University of Life Science, IFB, VIB
    • North America:
      • Roche, Johns Hopkins (AnVIL, 2 positions; Galaxy, 2 Positions)
  • New releases:
    • Planemo 0.74.1


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