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…
Primarily aimed at researchers who are new to the area, or familiar but require a quick updating, where content covered can be tailored to laboratory needs.
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.
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.
The Michael Smith Laboratories is pleased to announce our second annual Scientific Conference designed for high school students (Grades 8 to 12). 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.
Online registration is now closed for our 2009 High School Student Conference on Tuesday March 10th, 2009. You can still register to be added to the waiting list.
Check your name to see if it’s on the list. Email Dr. Joanne Fox, email@example.com if you need to make any changes.
We’re excited to announce that registration is now open for the 2008 MSL Teacher Conference. This two-day conference will be held on Friday & Saturday October 24-25th, 2008. Come for one day or stay for two – the choice is yours. You can check out the conference web page and/or click here to register.
On September 29th, 2008, the Michael Smith Labs are hosting a select group of BC/Canada-wide Science Fair prize winners. These students are attending a three day event called Innovation Exploration organized by the BC Innovation Council.