At the Pistoia Alliance we believe in transparency and accountability. When it comes to decision-making processes, documentation, and project output, we share as much as we can via the channels below. Members can gain access to members-only resources upon request.
Google Drive - Documents
Project and operational documents are stored in our Google Drive. There are separate public, private, and members-only areas.
Confluence - Wiki
We maintain a wiki for meeting minutes, discussions, policies, and other dynamic documents. There are separate public, private, and members-only areas.
IP3 - New Ideas
Browse the current selection of ideas and join in the debate, or contribute new ideas of your own. Everyone can join the conversation.
Each of our projects publishes key information and output on this website. Browse all our projects, past and present, on the projects page.
Read All About It
Our public wiki hosts a bibliography page containing a list of all our publications, articles, and substantial media mentions.
Put Us In Your Diary
Our events page contains the dates of all our major events, conferences, webinars, AGMs, and key meetings.
Pistoia Alliance Debates
Catch up at your leisure with webinar recordings of our past debates, or read about and register for the next one in the series.
Where permission is granted, all presentations from our public webinars and conferences are uploaded to SlideShare. Browse the collection online.
Read about all our activities in our regular newsletter: Innovation in Action
Our latest blog posts
It’s been quite quiet on the Pistoia Alliance blog and website since June, but only because instead of taking holidays, we’ve been working hard developing a number of our nascent workstreams (though I did take a day to watch some of the volleyball at the Olympics—saw some very skillful play!).
The Dragons’ Den session at the Pistoia Alliance Conference last April gave us a chance to socialize some of our embryonic portfolio projects.
April and the BioITWorld Expo in Boston saw the second running of the Pistoia Alliance Conference, and we once again overfilled the facility at Thomson Reuters, who generously offered to host our meeting for a second year.
Today we announced the winner of the Pistoia Alliance Sequence Squeeze Competition. James Bonfield, a member of the sequencing informatics team at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, has received the US$15,000 prize for developing the best new algorithm for compressing next-generation sequencing (NGS) data.