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January 2021

Introduction to Python for Biology

January 11 - January 15
Online

Python is a user-friendly and powerful programming language commonly used in scientific computing, from simple scripting to large projects. This workshop will provide hands-on practice in a biological context for beginners, with very limited prior programming experience. This course is…

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Webinar – Germplasm to Genome Engineering: My quest towards achieving Big

January 11 @ 06:00 - 08:00
Online

Webinar by Prof. K. C. Bansal via Bioingene.com Topic: Germplasm to Genome Engineering: My quest towards achieving Big Webinar date & time: 11 January 2021, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm (IST) Speaker: Prof. K. C. Bansal, Ph.D., Post-doc (Harvard University,…

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EPSO Workshop Implementing a Plants and Microbiomes Strategy in Europe, registration deadline 18.12.2020

January 13 - January 14
Online

Registration deadline is 18.12.2020 The EPSO Working Group on Plants and Microbiomes has the pleasure to announce its third workshop to take place online on 13-14 January 2021, 09:00 – 12:00 and 09:00 – 13:15 respectively. This third workshop has…

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Intercropping for Sustainability

January 19 - January 20

Increasing diversity within agricultural systems by intercropping offers a realistic and practical opportunity to enhance and stabilise crop yields and produce food, feed and fuel with fewer inputs. As environmental conditions become more variable, diversifying cropping systems can also reduce…

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Legal frameworks for research and innovation with plant genetic resources

January 25 - January 29
Alnarp Alnarp, Sweden

The Department of Plant Breeding at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) is organising the following PhD course: Legal frameworks for research and innovation with plant genetic resources Date: 25-29 January 2021 Venue: Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and…

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Introduction to Macroevolutionary Analyses Using Phylogenies

January 25 - January 29
Online

Course Overview Phylogenetic trees have changed the way we study and understand life on Earth. Taking phylogenetic information into account in our analyses is critical to account for the non-independence of biological data. Also, phylogenies allow us to get a…

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Naturalistic and Scientific Illustration 1: Traditional Techniques

January 25 - January 29
Online

This course will be delivered ONLINE: 12 hours of online live lessons,  plus 7 hours of recorded lessons, and 16 hours of  participants working on their own, with tutored drawing exercises. A good internet connection is required to follow the…

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February 2021

Naturalistic and Scientific Illustration 2: Digital techniques

February 1 - February 3
Online

This course will be delivered ONLINE: 12 hours of online live lessons,  plus 2.5 hours of recorded lessons, and 9 hours of participants working on their own, with tutored exercises. A good internet connection is required to follow the course.…

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Introduction to Genome-resolved Metagenomics for Microbial Communities

February 8 - February 12
Online

This course will be delivered live ONLINE: 24 hours of online live lessons. A good internet connection is required to follow the course. There are SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE for this course. To apply, please REGISTER for the course and then FILL…

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Our Plants, Our Future

February 11 - February 12
Royal Society, Carlton House Terrace London, United Kingdom + Google Map

Our Plants; Our future is a 2 day scientific conference at the Royal Society to mark the International Year of Plant Health 2020 and showcase the best of UK plant health science to a national and International audience of invited…

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