About the in silico talks series – The latest in bioinformatics by SIB Scientists

The “in silico talks” online series aims to provide bioinformaticians, life scientists and clinicians with the latest advances in bioinformatics methods, research or resources led by SIB Scientists, in a wide range of topics.
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Are you an evolutionary biologist working with genomics data, or simply passionate about beetles? In particular, if you are a user of the OrthoDB or BUSCO SIB Resources, and would like to see them used in the context of a functional genomics study, this latest in silico talk is for you.

SIB Group Leader Robert Waterhouse at the University of Lausanne takes you on a behind-the-scenes tour of one of his recent papers and explains how he and his colleagues identified genomic signatures that accompanied the dietary shift to plant-feeding in beetles – thought to be a key driver of their diversification – and the associated bioinformatics workflows and resources.

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Seppey et al. Genomic signatures accompanying the dietary shift to phytophagy in polyphagan beetles. Genome Biology 2019, https://doi.org/10.1186/s13059-019-1704-5