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Using advanced genomics to help recover the Andean bear and preserve Colombia’s biodiversity, while making an economic and social impact.
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Exploring the basics of bioinformatics at the Earlham Institute - the rewards and the lessons learned.
From synthetic biology to bioinformatics, what’s in a gene and microRNAs, we’ve covered a lot in the last year. So, what tickled your fancy the most?
Ho-ho-ho! At Earlham Institute we love a polyploid organism. Why stick to sequencing and decoding boring diploids when you have access to some of the biggest supercomputing power for life science research in Europe?
What do genes make? With third generation genome sequencing, a lot more than we thought.
Earlier in the year, David Field from the Zoological Society of East Anglia came to speak at EI and posed the question: “Zoos are powerful conservation organisations – fact or fiction?”
How do small pieces of RNA help determine how genes are expressed?