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iEOS2015 Keynote Speaker Elizabeth A Thompson – http://www.stat.washington.edu/thompson/ #iEOS2015

Keynote Speaker Elizabeth A Thompson We are pround to announce Professor Elizabeth Thompson mas one of our keynote speakers at iEOS2015. Dr. Thompson’s research interest is in the development of methods for inference from genetic data, and particularly from data observed on large and complex pedigree structures. Questions of interest range from analyses of long-term gene frequency differentiation in widely disp
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iEOS2015 Student Bursaries Equivalent Value of £200 – #iEOS2015 http://environmentalomics.org/ieos2015-registration/

Student Bursaries We are pleased to announce postgraduate bursaries for students presenting posters or talks cover the registration fee are available. To qualify please submit abstract using the link given on the registration page These bursaries will be awarded on a first-come-first-serve basis. All awards will be accompanied by an appropriate award letter to allow students to use the bursary as matched funding agai
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iEOS2015 to be hosted by the Centre for Biological Diversity, University of St Andrews July 6-8th #iEOS2015

iEOS2015 to be held in St Andrews in week starting 6th July 2015 Conference Organiser: Professor Thomas Meagher  The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers and organisations from a range of disciplines with shared interests in the development of new approaches for data handling, generation and analysis in environmental omics.  Science areas of interest include bioinformatics, DNA-
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Register for NERC-MDIBL Environmental Genomics 2015 – http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/biosciences/conferences/mdibl-course/index.aspx

Want to be upto date about Environmental Genomics – register for this course: Links: University of Birmingham   A NERC funded short course to guide genomics research applied to environmental sciences APPLY ONLINE here Date: 22-27 March 2015 Location: The University of Birmingham, UK Number of places: Between 25 and 50 Open to: Participation is open to everyone. Priority is given to NERC-funded PhD students
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#iEOS2014 Sequencing on a boat – yea it is possible at sea https://peerj.com/articles/520/

See article: https://peerj.com/articles/520/ See blog: http://blog.peerj.com/post/95177049008/author-interview-robert-edwards-sequencing
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#iEOS2014 Metagenetics and metagenomics, validating input population diversity, genome coverage, annotation and assembly

Neil show us how different amounts of DNA, DNA purification methods, library prep, sequencing platforms and informatic pipeline impact on metagenomic and metagenetic analysis of bacterial communities,
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#EOS2014 Prof. Neil Hall opens iEOS2014 with the development cycle of NGS – where are we with Environmental genomics

Great start By Professor Hall challenging us to ask where we are in the development cycle of environmental ‘Omics.
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Logos for EOS and the iEOS2014 Conference

We have new high quality logos for the conference paraphernalia which may be of use for attendees. Links are here for EOS_logos.png (300dpi) EOS_logos.svg EOS_logos.eps  
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60 hours left to register for the Environmental Omics Synthesis Conference, #iEOS2014! Tell your friends!

Registration will close at the end of Monday so now is the last chance to check out what’s going on or to encourage any colleagues who are on the fence! We’re in for a great conference, building upon the great success of last year with even more talks and a diverse range of workshops. Abstracts won’t be chosen for platform and poster presentations until after closing so now is the time to get those
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