Fortran

JS attends a course “Fortran for Scientific Computing” by instructors from The High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) of the University of Stuttgart organised by vit.

Invited speaker

This week Magda gave a talk for Illinois University staff as well as students in the School of Informatics, students in Animal, Crop and Food Sciences. The presentation included two examples of bioinformatic analyses of WGS data.

BIT

BioInformatics in Torun 2018 – BIT18

New bioinformatics and statistical methods for the analysis and visualisation of foot and mouth disease virus sequences

See the link.

Flying Insects

NGS-based identification of Copy Number Variants (CNVs) in honey bee genome has just started! The international collaboration with University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will combine complementary expertise and information resources that will enable the first study of CNVs and associated molecular mechanisms in honey bees. The applied methodology will enable the detection of CNV and candidate genes that could be associated with the pollination capability of honey bees.

Department of Animal Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Seminar

We are pleased to invite you to our seminars. Next week (19.03.2019) professor Łukasz Łaczmański from Polish Academy of Sciences will give a talk about regulators of gene expression in tumor tissues.

Go for more –> theta seminars

ReDiverse WP7

Today Barbara started her internship at Aarhus University, she will be working at WP7 from the ReDiverse project.

WGS-CM-HF

A new paper published: The genetic background of clinical mastitis in Holstein-Friesian cattle. Animal. doi:10.1017/S1751731119000338

SKN Bioinformatyków

Bioinformatics Student Association is an organiser of the lecture “Bioinformatics and AI in cancer study“. You are welcome to join us!

Sejmik SKN 2019

The abstract entitled “Optimisation of de novo genome assembly based on second- and third-generation sequencing data” has been submitted! Feel free to see the abstract –> click!

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