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Practical Python: resources for analysing biological data

I’m Michael Knight. I’m a data scientist working in industry and also have an academic affiliation with the University of Bristol. I’ll be one of the course leaders for Practical Python: resources for analyzing biological data with Python and this is going to be a half-day workshop to be held at the Jubilee Conference Centre […]

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Medical Science – The Place To Be In The 21st Century

“Hi. My name is Varun Dwaraka. I’m a bioinformatics analyst here at UC San Francisco and my current project that I’m working on is trying to understand the cause, or the genetic causes, for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, which is a lung disorder. Voice-over: Varun Dwaraka is making strides in an interdisciplinary medical field towards a […]

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What ancient DNA can teach us about migration in prehistory | Professor Ian Barnes | TEDxLondon

Translator: Behdad Khazaeli Reviewer: Hélène Vernet Hello everyone. So, I’m going to talk today about migration and movement, and particularly people moving into the British Isles in the past. And if we think about past migrations into Britain, we probably first off might have some ideas about the 20th century, people coming from the Caribbean, […]

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[BC]2 Basel Computational Biology Conference 2019: the movie

I’m very excited about the direction in which computational biology is developing. Everybody in the field realizes the enormous potential in this current amount of Big Data that is being generated now. SIB has been organizing [BC]2 since 2003. I came to attend this bioinformatics conference to update myself about the latest trends in this […]

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Consumer Genetics- Getting Privacy Right | PrivacyNews.TV

Hi folks! Happy Tuesday. I’m here with Carson Martinez- let’s get Carson nicely in the picture there- Hello! Carson helps lead our health privacy working group and has been coordinating the effort here at FPF with a number of leading companies. Ancestry, Helix, 23andMe, Habit, and a few others around consumer genetics, right? That’s the […]

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