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Signalling pathways and networks are very important to regulate and control cellular processes, cell fate, and their malfunctions often lead to diseases, such as cancer or diabetes.
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EI took part in The Norfolk Spring Fling at Norfolk Showground. The Public Engagement and Society group attended the event with EI scientists with the aim of inspiring students, teachers and parents with genomics and bioinformatics
EI took part in the Science Park visit alongside The John Innes Centre. Members of the general public attended welcome talks followed by tours of EI Labs, Data Centres and participated in poster sessions to engage directly with EI scientists and discuss their research.
EI collaborated with the John Innes Centre in Norwich Cathedral’s Hostry as part of the Experiment in the Cathedral! Day
Ten students from UEA studying “Protein Structure, Chemistry and Engineering” visited EI for a lecture from Dr Dan Swan based on next generation sequencing and how it works
Daniel Mapleson, Daniel Swan, Ksenia Krasileva and Tim Stitt will all discuss modern genome sequencing and the future of high capacity computing for biological applications.
Inside Science is an annual event hosted by the John Innes Centre in association with the other members of Norwich Research Park, including EI.