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Blog PostNature Methods Data Visualization Column Prof. Jessie Kennedy03 years 1 month ago
EventBioVis 2015 Prof. Jessie Kennedy03 years 4 months ago
Event1st BiVi Annual Meeting Prof. Jessie Kennedy03 years 8 months ago
ArticleBiVi Annual Meeting Programme Prof. Jessie Kennedy03 years 9 months ago
ArticleBiVi Registration Prof. Jessie Kennedy03 years 9 months ago
ArticleBiVi 2014 Abstract Submission Prof. Jessie Kennedy03 years 9 months ago
EventVIZBI 2015 Prof. Jessie Kennedy03 years 10 months ago
ArticleAbout BiVi Prof. Jessie Kennedy03 years 11 months ago
ArticleVisualization Approaches for Biomedical Omics Data: Putting It All Together Prof. Jessie Kennedy03 years 11 months ago
ArticleRevise and Redraw—Visual Design Principles for Scientific Data Prof. Jessie Kennedy03 years 11 months ago
Blog PostBiVi 1st Annual Meeting - 16-17th December 2014 Prof. Jessie Kennedy03 years 11 months ago
ArticleVenue Prof. Jessie Kennedy03 years 11 months ago
ChallengeHow can we view and compare information on 1000’s of genomes Prof. David Wil...03 years 11 months ago
Blog PostThe Great British bioscience image competition Prof. Jessie Kennedy03 years 11 months ago
ArticleVenue & Accommodation Prof. Jessie Kennedy03 years 12 months ago
EventBiVi Steering Committee Meeting Prof. Jessie Kennedy04 years 1 week ago
Blog PostWelcome to bivi.co the Biological Visualisation Community website. Prof. Jessie Kennedy04 years 1 week ago

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