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eResearch NZ 2020, 12-14 February
Hosted in Dunedin by Genomics Aotearoa, with NeSI and REANNZ
Highlighting challenges and solutions for the management, sharing, analysis and visualisation of data
Early-bird registration closes 12 January 2020, www.eresearchnz2020.org.nz
SING Indigenous Genomics Conference 2020, 23-24 January
Hosted at the University of Waikato, Hamilton, by the SING Consortia (Aotearoa, USA, Australia, Canada)
Promoting Indigenous partnerships in genomic science with a focus on research with human relations, research with relations in nature, and research with our ancestors
To find out more, www.singaotearoa.nz/singconference-2020
To register, www.ivvy.com.au/event/SING2020/
Using genomic information to improve human health, protect endangered wildlife and develop primary production requires bioinformatics – the software tools and analytic methods that help us interpret genomic data. Genomics Aotearoa aims to build bioinformatics capability in the New Zealand research community through training and disseminating new techniques.
We run regular workshops and training programmes. For information on upcoming training, see https://github.com/GenomicsAotearoa.
Or contact us if you would like to discuss hosting a workshop at your institution:
Guidelines for genomic research with Māori
Te nohonga kaitiaki - this project will develop guidelines for genomic research with taonga species