Killer App Award 2010

was won by Thomas Abeel et al. for GenomeView

 
 
  1. Thomas Abeel (First Prize Winner) - 'GenomeView: Visualizing the next generation of sequencing data' - http://genomeview.org

  2. Ikuo Uchiyama - ‘RECOG: Research Environment for Comparative Genomics’ - http://mbgd.nibb.ac.jp/RECOG

  3. Venkata P. Satagopam - ‘bioCompendium: high-throughput experimental data analysis platform’ - http://biocompendium.embl.de

  4. Alberto Roca (Second Prize Winner) - Visualizing protein family nanoanatomy using ProfileGrids’ - http://www.profilegrid.org

Finalists (front row, left to right):

  1. Anita de Waard, Elsevier (back row, far left)

  2. Seán O’Donoghue, EMBL (back row, far right)

Organizers:

  1. Michelle Lee, Elsevier

  2. Sophia Ananiadou, University of Manchester

  3. Lynette Hirschman, MITRE

  4. Carole Goble, University of Manchester

  5. Christine Orengo, UCL

  6. Yana Bromberg, U. Columbia

Judges (back row, left to right):

  1. The ISMB 2010 Killer App Award was generously sponsored by Elsevier. The first prize winner received an Apple iPad, and the second prize winner received an iPod Nano.


In Fall 2010, Elsevier will invite selected application developers to access the scientific content in full text articles. For details contact apps@elsevier.com.