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Bioinformatics resources in Australia

Recently I was lucky enough to be invited to speak at the 2013 Winter School in Mathematical and Computational Biology in Brisbane, where I gave a presentation on genomics infrastructure in Australia. To my surprise, it was probably the most popular talk I have ever given – Australian researchers are obviously excited about their infrastructure. Enough so that I was persuaded by a few of the keener attendees to write up this summary for those of you who weren’t able to be there at the time.

Mark Crowe, Training and Outreach Manager, QFAB

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