About UQ BioLab Hacky Hour

BioLab Hacky Hour

Come with your genomics-related experimental and sample preparation questions as experts from GIH, RCC and QCIF will be at this Hacky Hour to answer your questions, and researchers can also help each other. All UQ researchers are welcome to attend.

Other genomics-focussed Hacky hours at UQ:

Note: during these special  genomics-focussed Hacky Hours, all researchers are welcome to attend and ask for help with all the usual research-related  technical issues to do with:

  • high performance computing
  • cloud computing
  • virtual machines
  • data storage
  • data security
  • data cleanup
  • automated workflows
  • data pipelines
  • virtual desktops
  • Python
  • R
  • Linux
  • Software and Data Carpentry.

When:  Biolab Hacky Hour UQ occurs on the last Tuesday of the month, 3–4pm. Occasionally it is cancelled if no RCC and QCIF experts are available that day. Because Hacky Hour is held outside Cafe Nano, it is cancelled if it is raining. For updates, follow Hacky Hour UQ on Twitter (@HackyHourStLuc) or check the blog.

Where: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, Hacky Hour will be held via Zoom video conference until further notice. For Zoom meeting details please email hackyhourUQ@gmail.com.

When it's deemed safe to do so, Hacky Hour UQ will return to being held at Café Nano (outside), near AIBN, on the St Lucia Campus (view map).

Any questions? Email hackyhourUQ@gmail.com.