Training costs

>>> Please note these prices are approximate and subject to change by the providing organisations <<< UEA CSED Courses are ~£15/hour (Check course descriptions for course duration) TGAC courses are ~£100/day (e.g. a 5-day course is £500) IFR, JIC & TGAC are affiliated organisations with University of Cambridge‘s Bioinformatics training (Plus travel to Cambridge and […]

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EBI Course Bioinformatics for Principal Investigators (Cambridge 7-9 Jun 2016)

Further details here Date: Tuesday 7 June 2016 00:00 () – Thursday 9 June 2016 12:00 () European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), Hinxton, Cambridge, CB10 1SD, GB Venue:  European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) – Wellcome Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge,  CB10 1SD, United Kingdom Application opens:  Friday February 12 2016 Application deadline:  Friday April 08 2016 Participation:  Open application with selection Contact:  EMBL-EBI Training Team Registration fee: […]

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Free online phylogenetics course

Free online course on Phylogenetics (More syllabus details here). It makes extensive use of open-source software (R(Statistics) and Github(Collaborative authoring)) which are also provide very useful experience for research reproducibility.

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Perl Tutorials – February 2016 – London

Tutor:  Dave Cross Monday 8th February – Friday 12th February Day 1- Monday 8th February – Object Oriented Programming with Perl and Moose Day 2 – Tuesday 9th February – Database Programming with Perl and DBIx::Class Day 3 – Wednesday 10th February – An Introduction to Testing Perl Programs Day 4 & 5 – Thursday […]

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Perl Tutorials (London, Feb 2016)

FLOSS UK – announces Perl Tutorials – February 2016 – London Tutor:  Dave Cross Monday 8th February – Friday 12th February Day 1- Monday 8th February – Object Oriented Programming with Perl and Moose Day 2 – Tuesday 9th February – Database Programming with Perl and DBIx::Class Day 3 – Wednesday 10th February – An […]

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FLOSS UK – Perl Tutorials – February 2016 – London

Tutor:  Dave Cross Monday 8th February – Friday 12th February Day 1- Monday 8th February – Object Oriented Programming with Perl and Moose Day 2 – Tuesday 9th February – Database Programming with Perl and DBIx::Class Day 3 – Wednesday 10th February – An Introduction to Testing Perl Programs Day 4 & 5 – Thursday […]

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2nd BiVi (Biological Visualisation) Annual Meeting @TGAC (2nd & 3rd Dec '15) 

2nd BiVi (Biological Visualisation) Annual Meeting @TGAC (2nd & 3rd Dec ’15) 

More details here Local Organisers: Emily Angiolini, The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), UK Paul Yorke, The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), UK Emma Brown, The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), UK Organising Committee: Emily Angiolini, The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), UK Vicky Schneider, The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), UK Manuel Corpas, The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), UK Michael […]

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Festival of Genomics workshops (19/1/16)

Festival of Genomics workshops (19/1/16)

The Festival of Genomics is coming to London! We are offering those in academia a special rate to get involved so that you can stay up-to-date with rapid new technology development and present your work to the leaders in the field. To help you find the most valuable sessions for your work, below is a […]

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Reproducible Research Workshop (Cambridge 27/11/15)

CAMBRIDGE AREA SEQUENCING INFORMATICS: Reproducible Research  I (Workshop) Friday, 27 November 2015, 09:00-­‐18:00; CR-­‐UK Cambridge Institute, CB2 0RE More info & register here Programme Discussion 1: User experiences Rory Stark, Julien Bauer, Andrew Caines, Peter Clarke, Anne Pajon and Gordon Brown Discussion 2: “What should our goals be?” Stephen Eglen, Roslin Russell and Natasha Karp Talk: “Metadata and Ontologies” Amy Tang (ArrayExpress) Discussion 3: “Encouraging Reproducibility” […]

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Genomics Workshop, Cambridge, UK

BEST PRACTICES FOR BIG DATA IN GENOMICS WORKSHOP – DDN® Storage Share and learn about the approaches and best practices that overcome the challenges of managing genomics data from pipeline to cloud. What to expect this year: User Presentations | Birds of a Feather | Sanger Institute Tour Join your peers and industry experts on […]

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BioCoder Summer 2015 Cover

BioCoder e-newsletter

You may find this newsletter interesting – current (July 2015) has a nice gentle introduction to the CRISPR/Cas system. BioCoder – a quarterly newsletter from O’Reilly Books We’re at the start of a revolution that will transform our lives as radically as the computer revolution of the 70s. The biological revolution will touch every aspect of […]

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Two-Day Python Workshop for People New to Programming

Thursday, October 8, 2015 9:00 AM to Friday, October 9, 2015, 4:45 PM  The King’s Centre King Street, Norwich, NR1 1PH, Norwich (map)  Price: GBP65.00/per person Refund policy Further info here – Places going fast! Day 1 – 9am to 4.45pm Day 2 – 9am to 4.45pm The only prerequisiteis a laptop with wifi. This hands-on workshop […]

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Futurelearn online course – Metabolomics: Understanding Metabolism in the 21st Century (Starts 5/10/15

Discover how metabolomics is revolutionising our understanding of metabolism with this free online course. ABOUT THE COURSE Metabolomics is an emerging field that aims to measure the complement of metabolites (the intermediates and products of metabolism) in living organisms. The complement of metabolites in a biological system is known as the metabolome and represents the […]

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Training @ TGAC – Linux for beginners course

 Scientific Organisers: Paul Yorke (TGAC) and Emily Angiolini (TGAC) Date:  27 July 2015 Time:  10:00 – 12:00 Place: TGAC Training Suite (Darwin Room) This event is primarily aimed at those with no prior knowledge, however, as we are continually working to evolve and improve the course all are welcome as we would appreciate some constructive […]

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IDIR Summer of V’s (St. Andrews) – Registration open

Background The Sum­mer of V’s is an excit­ing series of four events on four of the V’s of Data Sci­ence: Variety, Veracity, Velo­city and Volume. This series of events is coordin­ated by the new Insti­tute of Data Intens­ive Research at the Uni­ver­sity of St Andrews. How­ever, these events don’t simply tar­get groups in Sci­ence, Medi­cine or […]

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GCC 2015 Programme details

More info here Tuesday 7 July: Meeting Day 1 The first day of the meeting will feature accepted and lightning talks, and birds-of-a-feather meetups, poster, and sponsor sessions. Formal content will run from approximately 9:00-18:00, with birds-of-a-feather (and Hackathon followup meetings) running in to the evening. 09:00 Welcome and Opening 09:15 Session 1 09:15 Keynote Address: Modeling […]

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ISMB/ECCB 2015 Conferences in Dublin

23rd Annual International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology and the 14th European Conference on Computational Biology at the Convention Center Dublin, Ireland July 10 – 14, 2015 Applied Knowledge Exchange Sessions – Saturday, July 11 New for 2015! The Applied Knowledge Exchange Sessions provide interactive educational and knowledge exchange opportunities. These sessions will […]

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Galaxy Community Conference 2015

UK Conference on the Galaxy Bioinformatics platform. This is being held at  John Innes Conference Centre 6-8th July 2015 (And is organised by The Sainsbury Laboratory) Early Bird registration until May 23rd – Cost £47 – £335 (depending upon selected options and status) Normal registration – cost £65 – £455 (depending upon selected options and status) For more […]

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