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For a full list of speakers, the program and to register - go to www.amsi.org.au/bis.

 

And run in conjunction with BioInfoSummer

 

Free Public Lecture: Evolution’s mysteries unravelled with genomes and computers. Presented by Professor Stephen Donnellan

                Starting at 6pm on 3 December at Horace Lamb Lecture Theatre, University of Adelaide.

For more information & to reserve your seat - http://mathsofplanetearth.org.au/events/evolutions-mysteries-unravelled-genomes-computers

 

Many thanks

 

Joanna Wilson

Administrative Assistant (Research & Higher Education)Mathematics of Planet Earth Administrator

Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute

 

W: www.amsi.org.au | www.amsi.org.au/facebook Register now for BioInfoSummer 2013: www.amsi.org.au/BIS

 


 

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20 DAYS UNTIL BIOINFOSUMMER 2013 KICKS OFF!

 

This year we’ve been blown away by the response to BioInfoSummer 2013. Registrations have virtually hit capacity; make sure you secure your spot at Australia's principal forum on bioinformatics. Register here

 

MEET THE SPEAKERS:

 

Dr Alicia Oshlack — astrophysicist turned bioinformatician — talks to us about her journey to bioinformatics. Her paper: A 10-step guide to party conversation for bioinformaticians conveys what she does with flare!

 

Hear Alicia’s intriguing analogy between finding a genetic disorder and a typo in War and Peace... Watch here.

 

Dr Ville-Petteri Mäkinen — computational engineer turned bioinformatician — talks to us about complications associated with diabetes and his path to bioinformatics.

 

Hear why Ville thinks merging statistics, biology and medicine is a must... Watch here.

 

STELLAR EXPERTS WITH DIVERSE PASSIONS!

 

Professor Terry Speed has just been awarded The Prime Minister's Prize for Science. Terry's research interests lie in applying statistics to human genetics and genomics. His keynote presentation is gauranteed to inspire all attendees!

 

Dr Stéphane Guindon develops online software for looking at molecular evolution, and he is interested in detecting Darwinian selection at this level.

 

Dr Sylvain Foret has delved into the world of invertebrates and researches how DNA methylation landscapes vary over species.

 

Discover the other mysteries that biology, armed with statistics, is solving.

View the full program here.

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SHARE YOUR RESEARCH AND WIN $400

 

Build your networks AND share your work with other researchers from around the country.  

 

THE PRIZE!

 

$400 awarded to the best poster in each of the student and general categories.

 

 


                               

 

                                       

 

 


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