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NGS 2015 Sheffield: Human Disease Genomics

The third annual NGS 2015 Sheffield Conference takes place at Halifax Hall on 18th & 19th November 2015, run by Biotexcel in partnership with the Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and The University of Sheffield. The theme of this year’s meeting is Human Disease Genomics. Further details are available at the conference website.… Full post
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Inaugural lecture by Professor Winston Hide: “Breaking the Human Genome Code – Opening Pandora’s Box?”

Professor Win Hide from the Bioinformatics Hub will be giving his inaugural lecture on Tuesday March 17th in the Medical School Lecture Theatre 2 at 5:15. Full details and booking form. Title: Breaking the Human Genome Code – Opening Pandora’s Box? Abstract: Recent technology advances have resulted in the ability to sequence anyone’s genome cheaply and quickly, but we are only just beginning the journey to discover the true meaning of our individual genomes. If you have your own genome sequenced, who should see it? How can we safely share a genome without ending up opening a whole new form of cybersnooping?… Full post
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HPC@Sheffield Research Computing Event

The 2015 HPC@Sheffield research computing event will be held in Firth Hall on March 26th from 9.30-4.30. This year’s theme is “Global Grand Challenges”, and speakers include Oliver Hoffmann on “Community developed frameworks for large scale genome analysis”. Full details and registration.… Full post
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NGS 2014 Sheffield

Sheffield will be hosting the NGS 2014 conference, which will be held on 11-12 November at Halifax Hall. The event is subtitled “From Research to the Clinic: Next generation sequencing applications and workflows”. For more information see the conference website.… Full post
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1st Student Symposium on Computational Biology and Life Science

Regional Students Group of International Society of Computational Biology in the UK Wednesday, 8 October 2014 from 09:00 to 17:00 (BST) Pontypridd, United Kingdom LinkFull post
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