Thursday, 13 September 2012

The Proteome Browser has been featured in Australian Life Scientist and demonstrated at the HUPO World Congress in Boston




One of our Apps projects, the "Proteome Browser", which is being developed for the International Proteomics Community by Monash University, was featured in a recent article in Australian Life Scientist in which Prof Ian Smith was interviewed about the Chromosome-centric Human Proteome Project (C-HPP) initiative and The Proteome Browser. 

Click on the link above to read the article (a pdf version is also available from the AP32 project blog).

Additionally, the Proteome Browser was recently demonstrated by Prof Ed Nice and Rob Goode from the Monash team at the Human Proteome Organisation (HUPO) 11th Annual World Congress in Boston. Check out the pics on the AP32 Proteome Browser blog of Ed and Rob in action.

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