SME Bioinformatics Forum
Date:Thursday 6 March 2014
Venue:European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) - Wellcome Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge, CB10 1SD, United Kingdom
Application deadline:Thursday February 27 2014
Participation:First come, first served
EMBL-EBI’s freely available biological data and services make it easier for small companies to stay focused on innovation. This year, with the support of One Nucleus, we have the great pleasure of conducting our SME Forum in our new South Building on the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus. This event features networking opportunities and presentations about how your company can make the most of public molecular data and services.
The Forum will introduce bioinformatics tools and data resources and will present the opportunities for SMEs, other industry organisations and other interested individuals to use and integrate these resources in order to derive business benefit from the existing and developing infrastructure.The topics of the workshop have been specifically selected to be of greatest interest to industry organisations in the biopharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.
This event is aimed at represetatives from SMEs who wish to learn more about how their company can make the most of public molecular data and services.
Syllabus, tools and resources
During this event you will learn about:
- EMBL-EBI's data resources and services
After this event you will be able to:
- Discuss the latest developments in freely available public data resources
- Identify ways that your company can make use of public data resources
|Day 2 - 7 March 2014 (Training Room 2, EMBL-EBI South Building)
|09:00||Functional genomics: Array Express and the Expression||Gabriella Rustici|
|11:10||Proteins: UniProt and proteomics services (including Reactome)||Sandra Orchard|
|12:45||Close of training|
We will provide an overview of the following topics on day 2:
- Functional genomics: Array Express and the Expression Atlas
- Proteins: UniProt and proteomics services (including Reactome)
Participation will be on a first come first served basis with a maximum number of 30 participants on the course.
All tools and services provided by EMBL-EBI are available free of charge. For more information about EMBL-EBI, see our website: www.ebi.ac.uk. For more information about support for SMEs, see: www.ebi.ac.uk/industry/SME-forum/