How can computer programming help solve life science problems? Whether you are a budding young scientist, an experienced programmer or structural biologist, join us to find out at SIB’s first public bioinformatics hackathon, at the Campus Biotech in Geneva on 13 and 14 May.
The event is part of the Open Geneva Hackathons, and offers two tracks: one introducing programming to kids (7-14 years old) and their parents via the scratch programming language, and one for experienced programmers and structural biologists to explore 3D / Virtual Reality technology in bioinformatics.
Details and registration by 11 May at: https://www.sib.swiss/events/ogh-sib2017/
Check out the Facebook page of the event to see who else is going and team up with your friends and colleagues.