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Welcome to the Easter Term newsletter of the Cambridge Computational Biology Institute!

 

1. Full programme and waitlist for the Cambridge Computational Biology Institute (CCBI) Annual Symposium

2. Advances and Challenges in Machine Learning Languages

3. Quantitative Genomics 2019

4. 11th International Workshop on Bio-Design Automation

5. LMB-GGNB Student Symposium 2019

6. Newsletter sign-up

7. Recent papers

 


1. Full programme and waitlist for the Cambridge Computational Biology Institute (CCBI) Annual Symposium

The full programme is available for the CCBI Annual Symposium 2019

Waitlist: the event is full but please join the waitlist as we hope to release further spaces on 8th May after calling for cancellations.

Date: Wednesday 15th May 2019
Location: Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge.


2.  Registration: Advances and challenges in Machine Learning Languages
Monday, 20 May 2019, 12.00pm to Tuesday, 21 May 2019, 6.30pm
Location: Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge


3. Registration: Quantitative Genomics 2019
10th June 2019, Crick Institute, London
Abstraction submission deadline: 6th May 2019

Quantitative Genomics 2019 is a early career researcher conference taking place on 10th of June 2019 at the Crick Institute in London.
The keynote speakers will be John Marioni and Chris Wallace.

This is a broad-spectrum conference with a focus on data analysis. Last year's event had the following sessions:
- Complex traits, heritability and genetic association
- Methods
- Cancer
- Common and rare disease genetics
- Developmental and molecular genetics


4. 11th International Workshop on Bio-Design Automation
Abstract submission deadline: May 10, 2019

SBOL Workshop: July 8, 2019
IWBDA: July 9-10, 2019


5. LMB-GGNB Student Symposium 2019
July 10-12th, 2019 at the MRC-LMB, Cambridge
Registration until 1st June2019

Graduate students from the MRC-LMB Cambridge and the GGNB Göttingen are co-hosting a global student symposium showcasing cutting-edge research from across the Life Sciences.


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7. Recent papers

Prioritization of cancer therapeutic targets using CRISPR–Cas9 screens


A single-cell molecular map of mouse gastrulation and early organogenesis


Functional data analysis for computational biology