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The struggle of balancing a career with family life is a problem for women and men alike; how can a career in bioinformatics help?
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For many in the bioinformatics world, learning to code is a leap into the unknown. What’s it like doing a bioinformatics PhD?
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To tackle the ‘big data’ requirements of our genomics and bioinformatics research, we wanted to explore the benefits of remotely managing our HPC resources.
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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.
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Ada Lovelace Day is an international celebration of the achievements of women in science and technology but behind this are the remarkable achievements of the very first computer programmer.
We interview Vanessa Bueno of the Saunders Group, who is a predoctoral student working on wheat yellow rust.
Katie Barr tells us what she thinks may lie in store for those starting out in the world of coding.