Meetings/Workshops on Genomics and Bioinformatics in India
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AgriGenomics 2018 — Next Gen Crops for Sustainable Agriculture
19 Jul 2018 - 20 Jul 2018 • Chandigarh, India
The conference will focus on Genetic & Omics Technologies for Crop Improvement & Immunity. It will highlight Advanced Techniques for Plant Profiling, Sequencing & Editing including Analytical techniques, Genomics assisted Breeding, High Throughput techniques, Gene mapping, High Performance Computing, GWAS, NGS, CRISPRs, TALENs & ZFNs and others. The meeting will also discuss about Agronomics aspects & Beneficial Plant-Microbe Interactions to gain insights into Soil Chemistry & Plant Physiology for Improved Agricultural Production.
Phone: ; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Agronomics and Crop Improvement Strategies, Dissecting Genetical Genomics of Plants/ QTL Profiling by: • Analytical Techniques • Genomics-assisted Breeding • High throughput Techniques including Microarray Technologies, Engineering Plant-microbe Interactions for Improved Agricultural Production, Plant Immunity in Biotic and/or Abiotic Stress, Plant Metabolomics - Engineering & Synthetic Biology Approaches, Plant Pan- Genomes & Pan- Transcriptomes Analysis using: • Gene Mapping • Genome Wide Association Studies (GWAS) • High Performance Computing Techniques • Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), Precise Plant Editing employing CRISPRs, TALENs, ZFNs, Regulatory and Biosafety Issues in GM Crops,
RGCB- WORKSHOP — Workshop on Programming for Biologists
23 Jul 2018 - 28 Jul 2018 • Trivandrum, India
Today biologists need to analyze data which is too complex and/or huge to be done without a computer. The next generation sequencing has become cheap and very popular among biologists. The individual researchers and research groups have to answer questions specific to their area of interest using this data. This workshop has been designed for students, researchers in early stage of their career as well as senior researchers/faculties with little or no programming experience. It would introduce the basic scripting skills which are important to analyze the biological data
Phone: [+ 91- 471-2781236]; Email: email@example.com
2018NGBT — NextGen Genomics, Biology, Bioinformatics and Technologies (NGBT).
30 Sep 2018 - 02 Oct 2018 • Jaipur, India
The 2018 NGBT conference will showcase and promote application of NextGen sequencing and genomics technologies for basic and translational science in all areas of biology including human genetics, drug discovery, clinical medicine, biomarkers, diagnostics, animal, plant and agricultural sciences. It will also cover basic biology, cellular signalling, cancer and plant biology. We expect over 1000 delegates. The conference, as in the past, is designed to provide a forum for scientists and students to share their work, build new connections and explore collaborations.
Phone: [+91- 9591 506 568]; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
genomics conference, bioinformatics, computational biology, CRiSPER, CaS9, Biotechnology, Genetics, Personalized Genomics, Preventive medicine, clinical genomics
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Last updated: 17 June 2018