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NGGTB 2019 — Next Generation Genomic Technologies and Bioinformatics
01 Mar 2019 - 02 Mar 2019 • Chandigarh, India
The progress of science is punctuated by the advent of revolutionary technologies that provide new ways and scales to formulate scientific questions and advance knowledge. Genomics is one of the recent revolutions in science where the speed of genome sequencing reduced from decades to days and cost from crores to lakhs. The rapid explosion of genomics big data amalgamated with computer science to translate genetic code. Now the genomic science has moved from individual-centric to public (population) studies to address disease, thereby increasing the opportunities in genomics and bioinformatics. Lack of awareness on genomics and trained human resources are the major bottleneck for science development and industrial growth in India. We excel and hold legacy in transforming Students/Professors/Industry professionals into Bioinformaticians in a short period.
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NGS, Genomics, Sequencing, Genetics, Data Analysis, Bioinformatics, Whole-Genome Sequencing, Genome Annotation, NCBI, Genebank, NGS Library Preparation, DNA Isolation
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Last updated: 24 January 2019