NERC workshop on “omics technologies for marine models”

I would like to draw to your attention to a forthcoming NERC workshop
on “omics technologies for marine models” that we are organising.

We will now hold it at SAMS on Tuesday Apr 5 PM and Wed April 6 AM,
in order to facilitate travel to and from Oban.
Lunch will be provided on both days, as well as dinner on the evening
of Apr 5.

Registration is free.

I will be very happy to receive your abstracts for talks and / or
posters (300 words) before Friday Feb 25th.

More information is available on our website:
http://www.sams.ac.uk/sams-news/events-sams/lunchtime-seminar-series/30-nov-2010-workshop-on-omics-technologies-for-marine-models/view

We’ll be striving to make the workshop both exciting and productive.
This event is co-organised with Colin Brownlee (Marine Biological
Association, Plymouth), and Mark Blaxter (Genepool, Edinburgh). Its
objectives are to build a community around the potential of -omics
technologies to improve the biological monitoring of marine
ecosystems. It will span across research councils, end users, and
government agencies in order to explore current strengths in -omics
and systems biology in the marine biology sector, foster
cross-council thinking and develop joint actions as appropriate, as
well as looking at the international landscape.

posted by Debs

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