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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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The course will provide an overview of bioinformatics from sequence searching, expression data, through to protein-protein interactions, including an overview of common databases, tools and tasks.
This is an annual event giving school students the chance to experience life as a scientist at Earlham Institute and its partner institutes on the Norwich Research Park.
We are increasingly able to study evolutionary processes such as adaptation and speciation on a genomic scale. I will outline our work to assemble chromosomal-level assemblies of butterfly genomes using high resolution linkage maps.
Analysis of Small RNA data produced from High Throughput Sequencing experiments on both plant and animal samples
The students will participate in welcome talks, lab tours and data centre tours, followed by talks from scientists who will describe their research projects.
We will be visiting Greater Ellingham School in Attleborough to enthuse and engage over 160 key stage 1 and 2 pupils and their teachers with the Institute’s innovative research.