Joanne Fox

Laboratory Bioinformatics 2010

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LABORATORY BIOINFORMATICS WORKSHOP 2010 This workshop focuses on bioinformatics techniques for practical use in the laboratory. Hands-on exercises for retrieving data, primer design, BLAST searching, and genomics data navigation are covered. Primarily aimed at researchers who are new to the area, or familiar but require a quick updating, where content…

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Tools for Bringing Bioinformatics into Your Undergraduate Classrooms

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Bioinformatics is well placed to appeal to students in a wide variety of disciplines at early stages in their education. There is, however, a gap between this specialized area of research and the undergraduate learning opportunities available to students. Whether you’re a beginner with little/no experience in teaching bioinformatics, or you’re someone with research interests in the field, this session will provide you with a set of tools for bringing bioinformatics into the classroom.

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One Week To Go – 2009 MOST EXCEPTIONAL ESCAPADES Conference

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It’s one week to go until our 2009 high school student conference. This event showcases various scientific pursuits, including the opportunity to engage in hands-on activities, as well as interact with some of the most prominent scientists in the world. This year’s program has an evolutionary science theme and it’s looking so good that I heard a rumor that Darwin himself, is thinking of coming.

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