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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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Under the Researcher Links scheme offered within the Newton Fund, the British Council and South African National Research Foundation will be holding a Bioinformatics and Wheat Genomics workshop in South Africa.
This informal workshop will allow the user community to test and evaluate the Brassica Information Portal.
This course will discuss the RAD molecular protocol and the computational analysis of RAD data using Stacks.
A day of talks and discussion on the development and application of new technologies to decode life at the single cell level. Click here for our Single Cell Symposium 2019 event.
Our goal is to help scientists become more productive by teaching them basic computing skills like program design, version control, testing and task automation.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together key experts and early-stage scientists working on host-microbe interactions, including pathogen infections, commensals and microbiome level studies.