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science The Genome Lab has just launched! This corner of the Galaxy is dedicated to genome assembly and annotation.

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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2024-05-15

Galaxy Release 24.0

2024-05-14

Galaxy in Research: Exploring the Hidden World of Antarctic Toxins with Galaxy

2024-05-03

InvenioRDM integration in Galaxy

2024-05-02

Transcriptomic Data Analysis Using the Galaxy Platform

2024-04-30

How to improve the annotation of Galaxy resources? Outcomes of an online hackathon for improving the annotation of Galaxy resources for microbial data resources

2024-04-29

Empowering life science researchers: New software on Galaxy Australia breaks down barriers

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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.