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When it comes to sequencing DNA, how do we know the information we get out of our sequencing machines is accurate, and how can we ensure that our final genome assembly is as error-free as possible?
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We hold the first training session on making the most of the Brassica Information Portal (BIP) developed by the Jurkowski Group and collaborators.
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The new genomics weapon in the armoury of biologists is ready for action - to seek out the true complexity and diversity of living things. Following his talk at the 'Festival of Genomics' in Boston, Dr Iain Macaulay explains why single-cell genomics is making life scientists stand to attention.
Update | 8 min READ
At EI, six breeders from Hanoi learned the basics of bioinformatics, which will help them breed drought and salt resistant rice in Vietnam. Here’s their story.
Update | 10 min READ
Aiming to reach new heights with its bioinformatics tools for signalling networks and large-scale integrated analysis, SignaLink and NavigOmix, the Korcsmaros Group has a new addition.
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In our third installment, Pilar Corredor-Moreno, a PhD student in the Saunder’s Group studying wheat yellow rust at EI, shares her fascinating and honest opinions on computing.
When once we could only blindly cross-breed our domesticated animal and plant species, we are now in an era of synthetic biology: applying engineering to biotechnology.
We are proud to boast an increasing number of PhD students at EI. Here, we focus on the work of Pilar Corredor-Moreno, who is working on wheat yellow rust - but from wheat’s side of the story.