BOSC CoFest 2023 was organized in Lyon, as a satellite event of BOSC. CoFest is a free hackathon-style event, where participants gather in small groups to exchange ideas and work together on bioinformatics projects including but not limited to hacking.
The 24th annual Bioinformatics Open Source Conference, BOSC 2023, took place as part of ISMB/ECCB 2023 in Lyon, France, and […]
We’re sharing some important news with you regarding our mailing lists. From early on, we’ve maintained a self-hosted Mailman server […]
Date, Time, and How to Join Agenda Board Officer Elections Elections to the Board Bylaw Changes Minutes After the meeting, […]
The following outlines a potential new grant programme, subject to approval by the OBF membership in a formal vote, which […]
TL;DR: Nominate candidates or yourself for the OBF board via this form or work with OBF in other volunteer capacities. […]
Above: the old BOSC page. Below: the new one. If you’ve been around the OBF and BOSC community, you’re probably […]
The Open Bioinformatics Foundation travel fellowship program was launched in 2016 to help increase diverse participation at events promoting open source […]
TL;DR: The OBF isn’t doing enough in public policy and advocacy around Open Science, and we are looking to recruit […]
This time of year we’d normally be having a public board meeting as part of our commitment to communication with […]
Podcast.__init__ describes itself as “The Podcast About Python and the People Who Make It Great”, and the most recent episode […]
The Bioinformatics Open Source Conference (BOSC) is a two day meeting focused on open source bioinformatics. We aim to encourage […]
We’re delighted to announce the keynote speakers for the Bioinformatics Open Source Conference, BOSC 2016: Jennifer Gardy Dr. Jennifer Gardy […]
Announcing the keynote speakers for the Bioinformatics Open Source Conference, BOSC 2015: Holly Bik and Ewan Birney.
Call for Abstracts for the 16th Annual Bioinformatics Open Source Conference (BOSC 2015), a Special Interest Group (SIG) of ISMB/ECCB 2015.
Last year’s Google Summer of Code 2014 was very productive for the OBF with six students working on Bio* and related bioinformatics projects. We applied to be part of GSoC 2015, but unfortunately this year were not accepted.
Bioinformatics Open Source Codefest, July 9 and 10th in Boston, now with sponsored food and drinks!
Thanks to those who participated in the BOSC 2014 Keynote Competition! Our winner is Manuel Corpas, who correctly surmised Philip […]