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    Education: TGAC Training: Summer School -- A walk through Bioinformatics
    Submitted by Matt Drew; posted on Monday, March 17, 2014

    June 2-6, 2014
    The Genome Analysis Centre, Norwich, UK

    The course will provide an introduction to bioinformatics from a variety of facets: basics to use the command line, to overview of common databases, tools and tasks, followed by topic driven sessions on the analysis of specific types of data to integration of different data types. The course is based on a mixture of conceptual lectures, methodological sessions and a variety of interactive sessions: hands on exercises, tutor led tutorials, group, pair and individual activities including quizzes.

    This course will address the uses and challenges of bioinformatics resources and tool in particular for plant researchers. Therefore, the case studies and examples will be based on plants. The course will bring lead experts in the field of plant bioinformatics research and biological data resources, and a highly motivated group of experimental researchers through a common theme centred on plant-based research. The course practicals will be based on bioinformatics (including plant-based) use cases and public-domain data resources.


    Participation fee is GBP 300 and includes: accommodation for 4 nights; transport to and from hotel to TGAC; lunch and refreshments during the course; 2 course dinners; and course materials.

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