Tag Archives: bioinformatics

What you can explore with non-coding RNA data

Many of the non-coding RNAs (ncRNAs) produced by eukaryotic cells have been demonstrated to have crucial roles in biological processes. ncRNAs do not have the potential to be translated into proteins. They actively participate in the regulation, transcription, or post-transcriptional ...

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Two postdocs in cancer genomics/transcriptomics

We are hiring two postdocs in genomics on hormone dependent cancer (prostate and ovarian cancers) – at the Department of Molecular Oncology, Institute for Cancer Research, Oslo University Hospital-Radiumhospitalet. Please apply for the position here, by the deadline of 29 July. The two positions are full-time for two-years, ...

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Qlucore announces major new release for bioinformatics


Qlucore announces major new release for bioinformatics Version 3.8 of Qlucore Omics Explorer enables faster and improved data visualizations. Qlucore, leading software provider of powerful visualization-based bioinformatics data analysis tools, announces Qlucore Omics Explorer (QOE) version 3.8, with new features ...

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Online Workshop – Bioinformatics Pipeline Development with Nextflow (November 22-25, 2021)

Bioinformatics Pipeline Development with Nextflow How to manage your own data analysis pipelines using workflow management systems When? November 22-25, 2021 Where? Online Link? https://www.ecseq.com/workshops/workshop_2021-10-Bioinformatics-Pipeline-Development-with-Nextflow-Online-Course.html Streamline your research through the development of reproducible analysis pipelines In a nutshell Learn the ...

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Omics Research Symposium  (August 21-22, 2021)

Omics Research Symposium  (August 21-22, 2021) This Virtual Event will bring together students, researchers, faculty and industry to discuss recent advances in omics data and bioinformatics. Discussions will highlight challenges, opportunities and applications – such as clinical, pharma/biotech, research, and ...

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