Galaxy Australia is sad to notify users that Galaxy Australia's key architect and lead engineer, Simon Gladman, has passed away.

The Galaxy Australia team will host the Galaxy Community Conference (GCC2023) this July in Brisbane. Registration opens soon!

Galaxy Australia is an open, web-based platform for accessible, reproducible and transparent computational research. Galaxy supports thousands of documented and maintained tools that are free to use. We facilitate on-demand training capacities and provision 600GB for Australian institutional (and 100GB for other) users.

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News

2022-12-08

Memories of Simon Gladman from his workmates

2022-11-28

Remembering Simon Gladman

2022-09-28

BioCommons team and projects well represented at eResearch Australasia 2022

2022-09-27

Enabling reproducible and portable workflows: Janis

2022-09-26

Global solutions are built on strong international connections

2022-08-31

Secrets of parasites uncovered through AI and Cloud computing

Events and workshops

2022-03-17

GTN Smörgåsbord 2

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2022-03-17

Galaxy Papercuts CoFest Day

2022-03-17

Galaxy Paper Cuts

2021-09-26

WORKSHOP: Hybrid de novo genome assembly - October 2021

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2021-09-13

Galaxy Paper Cuts

2021-08-21

WORKSHOP: Online data analysis for biologists - September 2021

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Training Infrastructure as a Service (TIaaS)

Are you looking to run bioinformatics training using the Galaxy service? We provide free infrastructure for hosting Galaxy training events, so your participants experience the fastest possible job times. Don't let a job queue ruin your workshop!

Our data policy

Your data limits on Galaxy Australia depend on how you register with the service. We provide greater privileges to verified Australian Researchers.