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Cambridge Computational Biology Institute


The Cambridge Area Sequencing Informatics Symposium is an annual forum for people working with high-throughput sequence data to pool their experience and discuss technical issues and ideas. The symposium has always been based around group discussion rather than formal talks, and has proven to be a very successful format.

CASIM VIII: Cambridge Area Sequencing Informatics Meeting VIII (2016)


  • £17.50 - academic/non-profit/starving-startup attendee
  • £50 - commercial attendee (start-up)
  • £100 - commercial attendee (general)
  • £250 - commercial sponsor attendee: can distribute material/leaflets (300 with VAT; includes 2 attendees)
  • £500 - commercial sponsor attendee: can distribute material/leaftlets and has display table (600 with VAT; includes 4 attendees)


Monday 11 April 2016

9am to 5.30pm (reception to 6.30pm)

Centre for Mathematical Sciences

Wilberforce Road, CB3 OWA



A poster for the day is available: please put it up!


Another of the popular meetings for bioinformaticians and those interested in working with sequence data. Please come prepared to share your ideas and experiences.


Places are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Monday, 11 April, 2016 - 09:00 to 17:30
Event location: 
Centre for Mathematical Sciences