To match the needs of our growing team, Euformatics has moved to new business premises. Our inspiring new office is located by the sea in the Keilaniemi area. The office address is now Keilaranta 4, 02150 Espoo.
Submitted by Venla Pouru on Mon, 10/01/2012 - 09:01
Euformatics is launching the omnomicsNGS service for advanced genome sequencing and analysis to support the physician in making treatment recommendations and predicting drug response in complex diseases like cancer. The service has been developed in collaboration with Finnish oncologist.
We are very excited about the possibilities omnomicsNGS has to offer for cancer treatment. In this context we are also happy to welcome Tommi Vatanen to join our team as a software engineer.
Submitted by Venla Pouru on Tue, 03/06/2012 - 11:18
Our team is expanding, as Venla Pouru has joined the Euformatics team to work as a Business Development Manager.
We are also looking for software engineers to join our team as soon as possible. Further, we are recruiting Summer trainees with a background in software development or computational biology. See our Careers page for more information on open positions!
Submitted by Venla Pouru on Fri, 02/03/2012 - 16:08
The PM-CELL partners work on the development of a rapid cellular characterisation technology for use in the bio-pharmaceutical industry. The PM-CELL project is partially financed through the EU FP7 Capacities program. Other industrial and SME partners are Technopath (Ireland), Dorte Egelund (Denmark), IUL Instruments (Germany); the University of Sheffield and the Veterinary Laboratory Agency (UK), The Institute of Technology Tralee (coordinator) and the University of Limerick (Ireland).
Euformatics Oy has joined the consortium to drive the development of a computerised software end-user interface for the PM-CELL plate which will permit a user-friendly format for comparative analysis of cell line responses and compatibility with automation. Through this collaboration, Euformatics Oy will widen its palette of software tools for data analysis and knowledge extraction and thereby significantly strengthen its position as software provider for measurement technologies in life science R&D.
"Today, bio-medical research is developing fast thanks to the evolution of highly efficient measurement technologies. Molecular biology methods enable extensive research into human genotypes and complex diseases. This research continuously provides a flow of new information; it is a new challenge to manage and process the large quantity of data." Biobusiness Finland writes about three bioinformatics company, including Euformatics ( English | Finnish ).
We are looking for researchers creating software and having ideas about commercialising their research. It can be a software (like ClustalW, BLAST or a PDB viewer, NG sequencing pipeline, etc.) with or without graphical interface or just a bunch of half complete scripts.
Submitted by Jussi Volanen on Wed, 05/26/2010 - 13:00