The GLOMICAVE project has been presented during the 4th International Conference on Biogas Microbiology (ICBM-4), which took place from 9th – 11th of May in Altice Forum Braga (Portugal).
Xavier Domingo, researcher at the Omics Sciences Unit of Eurecat, has participated in the session “Omics and Meta-Omics”, delivering the presentation “GLOMICAVE, a holistic approach for multi-omics data analysis”.
During his intervention, he mentioned GLOMICAVE as a key European research and innovation project developing a new digital genotype to phenotype platform, relying on Big Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence and using large-scale and publicly available and experimental omic datasets.
The session has been chaired by Maria Alcina Pereira, project partner from the University of Minho.
The 4th International Conference on Biogas Microbiology has brought together scientists from microbiology and engineering domains worldwide, linking like and technology to shape the future of biogas.