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Unilever supporting Environmental Omics through sponsor of workshop at #iEOS2014

We want to thank Unilever for sponsoring the Computational Approaches to Study Biological Mechanisms workshop. This has allowed us to have more attendees and all with registration fees covered. Read on to find out more about the workshop, see the workshop page for full information or register for the iEOS2014 conference and workshop here. Bringing together large scale ‘omics approaches and classical computational mod
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Workshop: Application of the Adverse Outcome Pathway Framework in Environmental Risk Assessment #iEOS2014

This satellite workshop for the Environmental Omics conference is suitable for anyone with an active interest in defining new environmental risk assessment approaches built on mechanistic understanding and increased ecological realism. Spaces will be limited so in order that the organisers can make appropriate allocation to the workshop, please provide a sentence as to your interest and relevant background when expre
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Announcing Cefas Partnership in EOS Fellowship Program #EOSFellowships

EOS Partnerships NERC Independent Research Fellowships in the priority area of Bioinformatics (EOS Fellowships) Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science (Cefas) The Nothe, Barrack Road, Weymouth, Dorset DT4 8UB http://www.cefas.defra.gov.uk As the UK’s largest and most diverse applied marine science centre, Cefas aims to make a real difference for society as recognised leaders in marine and a
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Keynote talk titles confirmed!

We now have all three keynote speakers and their titles confirmed: Prof Neil Hall, Co-Director of Centre for Genomic Research, University of Liverpool Environmental Genomics: Where are we on the technology hype cycle? http://www.liv.ac.uk/genomic-research/ Dr Margaret Riley, Department of Biology, University of Massachusetts Amherst Molecular Phylogenies, Genomics and the Microbial Species Concept http://www.bio.umas
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Announcing day rates for the #iEOS2014 Environmental Omics conference. Fit around your busy lives!

We can now offer day rates for attendance at to the Environmental Omics conference in Liverpool (UK) , 15th – 18th September. Check out the agenda and registration details at http://environmentalomics.org/ieos2014 Day delegate rate – Monday and Tuesday only – £200 (£140 for PhD students) This covers attendance at the iEOS2014 conference on the afternoon of Monday 15th and all day Tuesday 16th September. 
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WORKSHOP: Bringing together large scale ‘omics approaches and classical computational modelling

Computational Approaches to Study Biological Mechanisms Organisers: Dr Natasha Savage and Dr Philipp Antczak Have you ever wanted to know how to analyse large Omics datasets? This workshop is aimed at biologists with an interest in the analysis and integration of large-scale “omics” datasets.  It focuses on the use of advanced network inference techniques that complement the traditional set of bioinformatics tools to
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Latest updates for the Environmental Omics conference. Lots going on! #iEOS2014

With the excitement building around the conference here’s an update on what’s the latest news. The NERC Biomolecular Analysis Facility (NBAF) technology workshops are now fully funded by NERC and additionally there are travel and accommodation funds available for attendees. Workshops are on one of 4 topics: Gene expression analysis Metabolomics Restriction-site Associated DNA (RAD) Data Analysis Populatio
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Last day for registering for the Environmental Omics Synthesis Conference! Talk abstracts still accepted #iEOS2014

Here’s a summary of the upcoming conference. Don’t forget to check out the invited speakers, workshops and working groups at http://environmentalomics.org/ieos2014/ iEOS2014 to be held in Liverpool in week starting 15th September 2014 Conference Organiser: Professor F. Falciani (Chair in Integrative Systems Biology)  The conference will hosted by the Centre for Computational Biology and Modelling (CCBM) w
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#iEOS2014 workshop: Computational Approaches to Study Biological Mechanisms

The final day at the #iEOS2014 Environmental Omics Synthesis Conference includes associated workshop on “Computational Approaches to Study Biological Mechanisms”. Find out more at http://environmentalomics.org/ieos2014-workshops/ Bringing together large scale ‘omics approaches and classical computational modelling Organisers: Dr Natasha Savage and Dr Philipp Antczak The inception of using modelling approa
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#iEOS2014 Day3|Session5 – Systems Ecotoxicology will be our final session w/ talks from Prof Mark Viant & Dr Edward Perkins

SESSION V. SYSTEMS ECOTOXICOLOGY Chairs: Prof Francesco Falciani & Dr Geoff Hodges Invited Speakers: Prof Mark Viant, University of Birmingham – Title TBC Dr Edward Perkins, US Army Engineer Research and Development Centre – De novo chemical: gene associations and network inference of chemicals causing biological effects in fathead minnows exposed near effluent sites in the Detroit River, Detroit, Mi
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