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2016 NextGen Genomics, Biology, Bioinformatics and Technologies (NGBT) Conference 3rd – 5th October 2016 Organization: SciGenom Research Foundation (SGRF) Type: Conference Venue: Le Meridien Location: Cochin, India Website: 2016 NextGen Genomics, Biology, Bioinformatics and Technologies (NGBT) Conference NextGen Genomics, Biology, Bioinformatics and Technologies (NGBT) Conference to be held from Oct 3rd-5th, in Cochin, India, is […]


  • 2nd Annual Next Generation Sequencing USA Congress 2016 3rd - 4th October 2016 Organization:Oxford Global ConferencesType:CongressVenue:The Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel 425 Summer Street Boston Massachusetts 02210 United StatesLocation:Boston, United StatesWebsite:2nd Annual Next Generation Sequencing USA Congress 2016 2nd Annual Next Generation Sequencing USA Congress 2016 Over 250 delegates representing internationally renowned research & academic institutions, clinical and research institutions, as well as leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies Over 60 presentations and case studies focused on novel next generation sequencing platforms & technologies, the applications of NGS & key developments in cancer drug development and clinical diagnostics Including 6 interactive streams: 2nd Annual Next Generation Sequencing USA Congress Advances in NGS Platforms and Key Therapeutic Applications NGS Data Management and Bioinformatics NGS Clinical Applications & Diagnostics 2nd Annual Single Cell Analysis USA Congress Single Cell Analysis and Transcriptomics Single Cell Analysis Technologies Overcoming Key Single Cell Analysis Challenges 14 pre-scheduled one to one meetings, exhibition and informal networking opportunities. Co-located with our 2nd Annual Single Cell Analysis USA Congress. The 2015 Next Generation Sequencing & Single Cell Analysis USA Congress in Numbers: 2016 NGS USA Speakers Include:   #
  • Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing (October) Date: Monday 3 - Thursday 6 October 2016 Venue: European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) - Wellcome Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge,  CB10 1SD, United Kingdom Application opens: Friday April 15 2016 Application deadline: Friday June 24 2016 Participation: Open application with selection Contact: Frank O’Donnell Registration fee: £495 Registration closed Find other similar courses » Overview This course will provide an introduction to the technology, data analysis, tools and resources for next generation sequencing (NGS) data. The content is intended to provide a broad overview of the subject areas, and to highlight key resources, approaches and methodologies. Topics will be delivered using a mixture of lectures, practical sessions and open discussions. Practical work during the course will use small, example datasets and there will not be scope to analyse personal data. Audience This course is aimed at wet-lab biologists who are embarking upon research projects that will involve NGS and the analysis of the data generated. Participants will require a basic knowledge of the Unix command line and the R statistical package. We recommend these free tutorials: Basic introduction to the Unix environment: www.ee.surrey.ac.uk/Teaching/Unix Introduction and exercises for Bio-Linux 7: http://nebc.nerc.ac.uk/support/training/course-notes/past-notes/intro-bl7 Basic R concept tutorials: www.r-tutor.com/r-introduction Participants without basic knowledge of these resources will have difficulty in completing the practical sessions. We strongly recommend that you make every effort to access these materials and other training available online or within your host institute to best prepare you for the course. Syllabus, tools and resources During this course you will learn about: NGS platforms and NGS data files and formats NGS bioinformatics workflow steps following sequence generation Experimental NGS design and planning for your bioinformatics needs NGS for genomics; assembly, alignment, QC and variant calling tools NGS for transcriptomics; QC, mapping, visualisation tools EMBL-EBI resources: Array Express and Expression Atlas, ENA and the CRAM toolkit Outcomes After this course you should be able to: Discuss a variety of applications and workflow approaches for NGS technologies Use a range of bioinformatics software and tools to undertake basic analysis of NGS data Understand the advantages and limitations of NGS analyses Submit, browse and access a range of NGS data available in public repositories using EBI resources Additional information The course price includes 3 nights accommodation at the Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre and catering for the duration of the course. A bus is provided to take participants to Cambridge Railway Station after the course. Please see Travel to EMBL-EBI for futher information on your journey to the campus. #
  • JCVI Cloud BioLinux image enables scientists to quickly provision computation infrastructures supporting bioinformatics using cloud computing platforms such as Amazon EC2 and Eucalyptus.   Upon deployment users will have instant access to a host of software including BLAST, glimmer, hmmer, phylip, rasmol, genespring, clustalw, the Celera Assembler, and the EMBOSS collection of utilities.  JCVI Cloud BioLinux is built on a 64-bit instance of Ubuntu virtual server customized with bioinformatics packages from the BioLinux repository, and will be updated periodically. http://cloudbiolinux.org/   #

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