Professor Jessie Kennedy organises the 1st Annual Meeting of the BBSRC Biological Visualisation Network at Craiglockhart Campus.

16/12/2014 - 17/12/2014, Craiglockhart

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The 1st BiViAnnual Meeting will be an opportunity to learn more about the BBSRC Biological Visualisation Network, hear from leading researchers in the field and participate in discussions regarding biological visualisation tools and challenges that face biologists understanding their data.

Keynote Speakers:
Dr Martin Krzywinski Genome Sciences Centre, BC Cancer Agency, Canada
Dr Nils Gehlenborg Harvard Medical School, Center for Biomedical Informatics, USA
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Associated people

Jessie Kennedy
Dean of Research and Innovation
+44 131 455 2772
Robert Kukla
Senior Research Fellow
+44 131 455 2738
Natalie Kerracher
Research Student
+44 131 455 2798
Biology is a visually grounded scientific discipline-from the way data is collected and analysed to the manner in which the results are communicated to others. Traditionally pictures in scientific publications were hand-drawn; however they are now almost exclusively computer-generated.
Information Visualisation
Information visualisation is the use of enhanced Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) to communicate and interact with complex data sets such as social networks, multiattribute tables, and financial data. Pages of text and numbers are not the most effective way to communicate or understand information.