The Galaxy Community Conference (GCC) is an annual conference focused on the use and development of the Galaxy platform for data-intensive biomedical research. The conference brings together scientists, software developers, and trainers of Galaxy from a variety of disciplines to share their experiences, knowledge, and skills.
The conference includes talks, posters, and workshops on a wide range of topics related to Galaxy, including genomics, proteomics, transcriptomics, and more. The GCC also provides an opportunity for attendees to learn about the latest developments in the Galaxy platform and to connect with other members of the Galaxy community.
GCC2023 will be held from July 10-16, 2023 with registration and abstract submission deadlines several months earlier. Check the Key Dates page for a most up-to-date list of deadlines.
Brisbane is the capital city of the state of Queensland, Australia. It is known for its subtropical climate, outdoor lifestyle, and plentiful cultural attractions. The city is home to the Brisbane River, which winds its way through the city center and is lined with parks, gardens, and restaurants. Some popular attractions include the Brisbane Botanic Gardens, the Gallery of Modern Art, and South Bank, a large inner-city beach and entertainment precinct. Come check it out for yourself.
Galaxy Australia is one of the BIG THREE managed usegalaxy services and its members have been key contributors to the Galaxy project for over a decade. Galaxy AU is hosted by the BioCommons consortium, which aims to support the development of open and collaborative approaches to biomedical research in Australia. Galaxy AU is thrilled to bring the entire Galaxy community together in 2023 and showcase its home base.