genomics

Content related to the tag: genomics

Mon, Sep 27 2021 to Fri, Oct 1 2021

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Data Science Strategy, the National Center for Biotechnology and Information at the National Library of Medicine, and the Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Biological and Environmental Research invite you to apply to the virtual Petabyte-Scale Sequence Search: Metagenomics Benchmarking Codeathon . NIH’s Sequence Read Archive now makes more than 14 petabytes of data available in the cloud . To make full use of this data, the ... Read more

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Doreen Ware, Ph.D., Molecular Biologist, USDA Agricultural Research Service and Adjunct Professor, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York Breeding for 2050 and beyond will require designing plants for new environments and preparing them for new diseases, while they are still offshore. Key to this effort will be access to high-quality genomes and annotations for agricultural species and their pests. The genomes of many plants have been sequenced over the past decade, but these are usually limited to one reference assembly. The available genomes are often fragmented and missing complex repeat regions—and so lack sufficient high-level representation of genes and functional ... Read more
Wed, Jan 27 2021
Genome Startup Day

What's it like to start a genomics company? Or for that matter, a genomics community?

Genome Startup Day is a community-building catalyst for genomics startup founders, investors, service providers, media and job seekers.

Learn about new and established genomics companies and what they do.

On January 27th, 2021, Genome Startup Day presents a:

Fireside chat: Ivan Liachko (Phase Genomics) and Mostafa Ronaghi (Illumina) Q & A session Panel Discussion: Natalie Ma (Felix Biotechnology), Joseph Mellor (SeqWell, Inc.), Alex Rosenberg (Split Biosciences).

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Christopher E. Mason, Ph.D. invited presentation. Read more