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    Education: Short online course this Saturday: `Systems Biology in present day Bioinformatics'
    Submitted by Prashanth Suravajhala; posted on Wednesday, March 07, 2007

    Submitter

    LOCALE: Online at Bioclues.com (procedure TBA to attendees via email)
    DATE: Saturday, 10th March 2007, 14:30 GMT (19:00 IST)
    SEATS: 4 (first-come-first-serve)

    It will be the third leg of the course that was announced in February in Bioclues.com. Intake is ONLY FOUR for this one-day four-hour course. It will be a basic course on the what and the hows of Systems Biology in present day Bioinformatics.

    The course requirements is that you be a graduate or pursuing graduation from Biology and a basic knowledge of Computers and Molecular Biology. As far as the technical requirements are concerned, you need necessarily have a mic with internet connection and a webcam. However, chat transcription is also allowed.

    This would be taught in two slots of one and a half hour each. A basic exercise on implementing network topologies in protein protein interactions will be taught. You will receive notes of literature and citations and flyers in advance.

    INSTRUCTOR: Prashanth Suravajhala
    ruc.dk/~prash

    FOR MORE INFORMATION

    Please email prash[at]bioclues.com

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