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Exhibitors - ISMB/ECCB 2017

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Booth 13: International Society for Computational Biology

ISCB The International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) (www.iscb.org) was the first and continues to be the only society representing computational biology and bioinformatics worldwide. ISCB serves a global community of nearly 3,400 scientists dedicated to advancing the scientific understanding of living systems through computation by:

  • convening the world’s experts and future leaders in top conferences
  • partnering with publications that promote discovery and expand access to computational biology and bioinformatics
  • delivering valuable information about training, education, employment, and relevant news
  • providing an influential voice on government and scientific policies that are important to our members

ISCB has three official journals – OUP Bioinformatics, PLOS Computational Biology and F1000Research ISCB Community Journal, and has affiliations in place with several other publications for the benefit of our members.

Booth 18: ISCB Student Council (ISCB-SC)

ISCB Student Council (SC, www.iscbsc.org) is an international network of young researchers in the broader disciplines of the field of Computational Biology. SC provides opportunities for networking, career enhancement and skills development for the next generation of Computational Biology leaders. The SC Symposium (symposium.iscbsc.org) is organized as a part of the annual ISMB conference with student presentations, keynotes, panel discussions and a poster session. Come visit our friendly SC representatives at the booth for more information.

Booth 7: The Royal Society

Royal Society The Royal Society journals offer rigorous, constructive peer review; open access options; promotion by a dedicated press office; and broad dissemination to an international audience. To find out more, please visit the Royal Society Publishing booth where Dr Tim Holt will be happy to answer your questions. Alternatively, visit our website at http://royalsociety.org/journals

Booth 21: Elsevier

Elsevier Elsevier is a world-leading provider of information solutions that enhance the performance of science, health, and technology professionals, empowering them to make better decisions, and deliver better care.

Booth 22: ENPICOM


ENPICOM is a data analysis software and cloud solutions company for biotech and agritech. We do the heavy lifting, so you can do the thinking. We work with academic and industrial partners to research and develop novel immunotherapies and cancer vaccines, by providing innovative software solutions for immunogenomics.

ENPICOM's leading product, ImmunoGenomiX, contains tools for immune repertoire sequencing and cross-reactivity analysis of affinity-enhanced TCR to prevent off-target and organ-specific toxicities.

Booth 1: CRC Press - Taylor and Francis

CRC Press-Taylor and Francis CRC Press, part of the Taylor and Francis Group, is the premier publisher of references, textbooks and ebooks in computational biology, systems biology and bioinformatics. Stop by our booth to view our latest and bestselling titles, and to take advantage of our conference discount. If you are interested in writing or editing a book for our renowned series in mathematical and computational biology, visit our booth to chat with our editors.

Booth 9: Overleaf

Overleaf Founded in 2012 and with over 500,000 registered users, Overleaf is an academic authorship tool that allows seamless collaboration and effortless manuscript submission, all underpinned by cloud-technology. By providing an intuitive online collaborative writing and publishing platform, Overleaf is making the process of writing, editing and publishing scientific documents quicker and easier.

Booth TBA: PLOS: Public Library of Science

PLOS: Public Library of Science PLOS (Public Library of Science) is a nonprofit Open Access publisher, innovator and advocacy organization dedicated to accelerating progress in science and medicine by leading a transformation in research communication. The PLOS suite of influential journals contain rigorously peer-reviewed Open Access research articles from all areas of science and medicine.
Web Address: https://www.plos.org

Booth 20: The Hyve

The Hyve The Hyve is an international fast growing company, providing professional services in translational bioinformatics and medical informatics research and development. The Hyve builds on existing open source software, bringing the innovation from the academic community to enterprise application in pharma and healthcare. Services include software development, data curation and consultancy.

Booth 11: DNA Stack

DNA Stack border= DNAstack develops a cloud-based platform for genomics data analysis and sharing.

Booth 2: European Bioinformatics Institute

At the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), we help scientists realise the potential of ‘big data’ in biology, helping them exploit complex information to make discoveries that benefit mankind. We manage the world’s public biological data and make it freely available to the scientific community via a range of services and tools, perform basic research and provide professional training in bioinformatics. We are part of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), a non-profit, intergovernmental organisation funded by 21 member states and two associate member states. Our 570 staff represent 57 nationalities, and we welcome a regular stream of visiting scientists throughout the year. We are located on the Wellcome Genome Campus in Hinxton, Cambridge in the United Kingdom.

Booth 10: sbv IMPROVER
http://www.sbvimprover.comsbv IMPROVER

The sbv IMPROVER project (www.sbvimprover.com), funded by Philip Morris International, was created to verify systems biology data, methods, and conclusions.

Computational challenges leveraging the wisdom of the crowd allow to benchmark methods for specific tasks, such as signature extraction. Four challenges have already been successfully conducted and confirmed that the aggregation of predictions often leads to better results than individual predictions.

Whenever the scientific question of interest does not have a gold standard, but may greatly benefit from the scientific community to come together and discuss their approaches and results, datathons are set up.

Booth 3: BioExcel

BioExcel is an EU funded Centre of Excellence for provision of support to academic and industrial researchers in the use of high-performance computing (HPC) and high-throughput computing (HTC) in computational biomolecular research.

http://mygoblet.org/ GOBLET

The Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education and Training, is a not-for-profit foundation that seeks to unite, inspire and equip bioinformatics trainers worldwide. GOBLET seeks to achieve this by cultivating the global bioinformatics trainer community, setting standards and providing high-quality resources to support bioinformatics training.

Booth 4: Oxford University Press
http://www.oup.com Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.

Booth 19: University of California, San Diego
http://bioinformaticsalgorithms.com University of California, San Diego

"Bioinformatics Algorithms" courses on Coursera, created at the University of California, San Diego by Phillip Compeau and Pavel Pevzner.

Booth 5: Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics

Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics (GPB) is one of ISCB’s Journals of Interest. As the official journal of Beijing Institute of Genomics, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Genetics Society of China, GPB is hosted by Elsevier as a gold open-access journal and publishes high-quality articles on omics and bioinformatics worldwide.

Booth 6: F1000Research
https://f1000research.com/ F1000

F1000Research is an Open Science publishing platform offering rapid publication of posters, slides and articles with no editorial bias. All articles benefit from transparent peer review and the inclusion of all source data.

Booth 17: NDEx
http://www.ndexbio.org NDEx

NDEx, the Network Data Exchange, is a collaborative software infrastructure for storing, sharing and publishing biological network knowledge. The NDEx Project maintains a free, public website and is developed in close collaboration with the Cytoscape team and the Ideker laboratory at UC San Diego.