KBase is an open platform for comparative functional genomics and systems biology for microbes, plants and their communities, and for sharing results and methods with other scientists.
KBase scientist Matt DeJongh will deliver a keynote address describing his research in creating metabolic modeling software at the 2016 Metabolomics Conference in Dublin, Ireland. Matt’s talk, titled “Building the Killer App for Modeling Metabolism: from ModelSEED to KBase” will describe the development of the RAST genome annotation service, the ModelSEED project for automated reconstruction […]
On May 17, 2016, about 30 scientists attended a KBase workshop at the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center 2016 Annual Science Meeting held in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. The workshop, entitled “Annotation, Modeling, and Comparison of Plant and Microbial Genomes in KBase,” was moderated by KBase scientist Chris Henry, with presentations by Janaka Edirisinghe and Sam […]
A two-day KBase workshop at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, kicked off today with an overflowing group of 65 attendees. Led by KBase staff members Ben Allen, José Faria, Priya Ranjan and Roman Sutormin, the workshop started with an introduction to using KBase’s Narrative Interface to analyze data for single organisms, and then moved on […]