News

22.08.2019
 

This EMBO Practical Course is aimed at early-stage researchers (PhD students, early PostDocs) with prior expertise in one (or more) of these “omes”...

24.05.2019
 

The 21st meeting of the Genomic Standards Consortium was hosted by the University of Vienna and CUBE.

01.01.2019
 

CUBE wishes all colleagues and friends a happy and successful new year 2019!

21.12.2018
 

A new paper in Nature BIotechnology introduces quality and data standards for viral metagenomics and genomes of uncultivable viruses.

01.12.2018
 

The Highly Cited Researcher list from Clarivate Analytics recognizes world-class researchers selected for their exceptional research performance,...

01.10.2018
 

The German Conference on Bioinformatics (GCB) is an annual, international conference devoted to all areas of bioinformatics. This year, the Austrian...

29.05.2018
 

CUBE took a day off on May 28 and toured on segways through Vienna. We started in the first district, visited the Prater and the second district.

28.03.2018
 

Today, Gabi Kaindl is celebrating her 60th birthday. Dear Gabi, we all congratulate and wish you all the best. Thanks for your great work and the...

03.10.2017
 

The paper about the first round of the "Critical Assessment of Metagenome Interpretation" (CAMI) challenge was published in Nature Methods. The...

21.08.2017
 

Dr. Harald Marx is a Bioinformatician by training. During his PhD in Bernhard Kuster's Lab at TU Munich he developed tools and statistical approaches...

27.07.2017
 

The CUBE team and the research focus "Computational Life Sciences" teamed up with David Kreil and Pawel Labaj (BOKU University) in organizing the...

12.06.2017
 

The first release of 45 PICA models is available on this site in the Download area of our new website PhenDB.

18.04.2017
 

Thomas Eder has successfully defended his PhD thesis "Bioinformatic analysis of host-pathogen interactions in the light of second generation...

12.03.2017
 

We created VarCap, a fully automated workflow that allows scientists to rapidly predict variants within high coverage, short read paired end...

03.03.2017
 

Along with the new release 80 of our Virus Orthologous Groups (VOG) we have launched a public webserver for VOGDB at vogdb.org.