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Planteome project is looking for a software and database developer

There is an immediate opening for a software and database developer to work on our NSF funded Planteome project (www.planteome.org). This open-source computational biology, comparative genomics, and bioinformatics project involves the development and maintenance of databases, software and automated data analysis pipelines. The incumbent will have a proven track record of database development in MySQL (with exposure to Solr, noSQL, and/or MongoDB) and experience developing software in Python, Perl, PHP, and Java. The incumbent is also expected to have the knowledge and ability to develop web-facing, client-side user interfaces using HTML5, JSON, CSS and JavaScript frameworks.

For more details about the job please visit https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=65922

Upcoming Workshop on "Systems Biology and Ontologies" at Plant and Animal Genome 2014 Meeting

The Plant Ontology will host a Workshop entitled Systems Biology and Ontologies on Saturday, January 11th at the Plant and Animal Genome 2014 meeting in San Diego, CA. Presentations will cover a range of subjects from molecular networks, systems biology and their integration with ontologies to find novel insights into plant biology.
If you are attending PAG this year, please join us at the workshop.

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