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    Applied Computational Genomics Course
    Submitted by Brian Fristensky; posted on Friday, April 03, 2009
    Submitter Genome Canada APPLIED COMPUTATIONAL GENOMICS COURSE (ACGC) Led by Dr. Brian Fristensky WESTERN CANADA- JULY 14 TO JULY 20, 2009 - Calgary, Alberta, Canada EASTERN CANADA- AUGUST 25 TO AUGUST 31, 2009 - Montreal, Quebec, Canada Since 2003, the ACGC courses have helped laboratory biologists become power users of the latest software tools. Through mastery of fundamental bioinformatics skills, this week-long course enables working biologists to take charge of their data and their projects. The ACGC course utilizes a wide array of popular software, within the context of a portable and comprehensive bioinformatics system. See www.gcbioinformatics.ca/training



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    Applied Computational Genomics Course
    Submitted by Brian Fristensky; posted on Friday, April 03, 2009
    Submitter Genome Canada APPLIED COMPUTATIONAL GENOMICS COURSE (ACGC) Led by Dr. Brian Fristensky WESTERN CANADA- JULY 14 TO JULY 20, 2009 - Calgary, Alberta, Canada EASTERN CANADA- AUGUST 25 TO AUGUST 31, 2009 - Montreal, Quebec, Canada Since 2003, the ACGC courses have helped laboratory biologists become power users of the latest software tools. Through mastery of fundamental bioinformatics skills, this week-long course enables working biologists to take charge of their data and their projects. The ACGC course utilizes a wide array of popular software, within the context of a portable and comprehensive bioinformatics system. See www.gcbioinformatics.ca/training

     

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