InterMine will be used as a major component of the Data Coordination Centre for the $57m modENCODE project; G. Micklem has been awarded two posts for four years to apply the technology developed in the FlyMine project to the dissemination of data produced as part of the $57m US NIH modENCODE project (www.modencode.org). This programme will generate an unprecedented amount of data about functional elements in the genomes of the fruit flyÂ Drosophila melanogaster and the nematodeÂ Caenorhabditis elegans.
We apologise for the service interruption today. Our server suffered a hardware failure at 4pm GMT, which has now been fixed.
FlyMine is looking for an experineced biologist to join the team on part-time maternity cover.Â More Information.
A joint FlyMine/FlyBase workshop will held on Thursday 23rd November in the Department of Genetics, Cambridge University. For more information and booking please seeÂ workshop information.
The FlyMineÂ tutorials have now been updated. Tutorials on using the QueryBuilder, working with bags and building your own templates have been added.
FlyBase gene reports now include a link directly to FlyMine gene details pages.
FlyMine will be unavailable from approximately 9am until 5pm GMT on Thursday 29th December 2005 due to network maintenance.