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2024 scverse Hackathon in Boston ​

About scverse ​

The scverse consortium is a community-driven initiative that aims to enhance accessibility to foundational tools for analysing omics data in life sciences, developing open and standardised file formats and computational tools to facilitate data re-use and remove barriers to participation in research. The scverse community hackathons aim to bring together users and developers of scverse tools and adjacent ecosystems to work on improving existing code base and adding new features to streamline the analysis of single-cell and spatial data.

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The scverse Community and the Gehlenborg (Harvard Medical School) and Abdennur (UMass Medical School) labs are proud to announce the 2024 scverse Hackathon in Boston, which will be held at Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA.

Are you interested in (spatial) single-cell biology, functional genomics and data visualization? This year’s hackathon will focus on improvements to scalability and interoperability within the scverse ecosystem with an emphasis on data visualization and interactivity!

  • πŸ“… When: April 2nd to April 4th, 2024
  • πŸ“ Where: Countway Library, HMS, Boston

Please fill out this application form to indicate your interest in participating in the hackathon. Spots are limited and we will get back to you to confirm your spot and provide further details. You can find a list of proposed project/tasks here.

Attendance is free of charge and required full-time during the 3 days of the hackathon. Please note that there will be no support for travel or accommodation.

*** The deadline to register is March 24th, Midnight EST. ***

Apply to be a project/task lead! ​


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