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Paddy Sudhakar tells us why public engagement is important after his recent participation in I’m a Scientist, Get Me Out of Here!
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How has research at the Earlham Institute impacted on global food security over the last ten years, and what is the value to the global economy in the future?
With living systems, it’s all about networks. How are we developing tools to understand life on earth, and sharing them openly with the community?
Salmonella is not just about bad eggs, it causes a devastating global disease to rival malaria. How is bioinformatics helping to tackle it?
Emma Langan, a PhD student in EI's Leggett group has been on a six-week expedition to Antarctica to analyse the effects of climate change on coccolithophores with real-time DNA sequencing algorithms.
Agatha Treveil is in the third year of her PhD, which she says is her favourite yet! How did she get into bioinformatics, and where will it take her?
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At EI, our plant biotechnology and scientific experts are leading the way in genome engineering - setting the standards for synthetic biology techniques and methods.
Soon to be open source, how is Sherlock helping to store and analyse bioinformatics big data?