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Bioinformatics Community Project Workshop - Tools in Human Genetics

Our Bioinformatics Community Project is still in the early stages and we'd like you to join us for our first Bioinformatics Community Project Workshop. This workshop will go over some of the tools available for human genetics. If you're interested in learning more about Bioinformatics or have ideas for what our Bioinformatics Community Project might do, please RSVP.

Our community projects are open to anyone, and are driven entirely by whoever wants to show up and participate. This is a great opportunity to come check out BioCurious, and jump into some of the projects going on.

Format: 30-45 minute lecture followed by discussion and brainstorming.
Lecture will be given by Brett Bowman.

Laptops are optional if you'd like to follow along.

Please participate in our Bioinformatics Community Project interest survey here: http://doodle.com/z2pyv446zny9psqd

To subscribe our Bioinformatics Community Project Google Group sign up at: https://groups.google.com/group/biocurious-bioinfo-hacking/subscribe?note=1&hl=en&noredirect=true&pli=1

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Call for Participation--Critical Assessment of Genome Interpretation

    The Critical Assessment of Genome Interpretation (CAGI) is a community
    experiment to assess computational methods for predicting the
    phenotypic impacts of genomic variation. The current CAGI experiment
    has eight open challenges, available on the CAGI website:
    https://genomeinterpretation.org/

    The deadline for current CAGI predictions is 28 March 2013.
    We welcome predictors of all backgrounds.

    Sincerely,

    Daniel Barsky, CAGI 2012 Organizer
    Steven E. Brenner, CAGI Chair
    John Moult, CAGI Chair

    [masked]

    March 7, 2013

  • Joe L.

    Brett's talk was really excellent.

    March 3, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hello fellow amazing mashups of biology, what a splendid idea! I've always been very interested in human sexual chemical emissions, aka pheromones. Recently I've discovered a forum of scientists and lay persons doing the very field research on pheromones that you've assembled this meetup for bioCuriosity, to do. Brilliant! on Both counts! I had just suggested to "pherotruth.com" forum members that I think Canines emit a pheromone from their paw pads that is very seductive to humans. We had five dachshunds and when we curled up w/ them, we celebrated the delightful odor, (like a baby's head, maybe). We called it "TOASTY PAWS". Like the compelling fragrance of an oak wood burning fireplace, nearly like a mans cologne, of Sandalwood. Does anyone have a secret fetish for their dogs paw pads? Join me!, we'll have a parade! out of the dog paw closet!

    March 2, 2013

  • Patrick

    Maybe. Any chance that it could be streamed?

    1 · February 18, 2013

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