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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Virtual Workshop on Bioinforma​tics from Bioclues (January 6-11, 2014)

The virtual workshop is aimed at research staff and those in the research community who fall under broader disciplines of Biotechnology.  Bioinformatics and systems biology will be catered to the inte....
URL: http://www.bioclues.org/joomla3/index.php/2-bioclues/11-courses-and-workshops
Contact Person: Prash Suravajhala  (news@bioclues.org)

The virtual workshop is aimed at research staff and those in the research community who fall under broader disciplines of Biotechnology.  Bioinformatics and systems biology will be catered to the interest of researchers. Hands-on sessions, a group discussion and a mini project at the end of the workshop will be done in the form of a group assignment. At the end of the workshop, the scientists are also invited to submit abstracts for presentation on the areas of their interest as talks in concurrent sessions, or as posters. Ample time will be set aside for discussion during the presentation of participants. The topics are then discussed with them for any collaboration for future virtual projects in Bioclues.org and also from the various collaborators of Bioclues across different countries.  This is a 20 hour taught programme interceded by 20 hours of home work plus mini project.

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Networking points:

* Where is the NGS heading towards  bioinformatics research?

* Have we 'coded'  the genome?

* Ten simple steps to do bioinformatics research

* Whither programming?

* How's Modern Biology applied today?

* Does Bioinformatics really help us save time for wet-lab experiments?

More at events page of www.Bioclues.org

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