About the in silico talks

Are you a bioinformatician, life scientist or clinician? Would you like to stay abreast of the latest developments in bioinformatics methods, research or resources led by SIB Scientists and discover how these advances might help you in your work or research?

With their compact format (<15 min), the in silico talks aim at providing you with just that. They are hosted below as well as on our SIB YouTube channel, where an interactive chaptering in the video description enables you to quickly access specific sections of the talk.

Upcoming topics will include: biostatistics, next-generation sequencing, machine learning, data visualisation, personalised medicine, data mining, single-cell biology and more.

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Latest in silico talks

 

 

Previously: SIB Virtual Seminars

In May 2019, the SIB Virtual Computational Biology Seminar Series became the in silico talks series. To go beyond a specific talk, read the associated interview with the speaker by SIB Science Writer Vivienne Baillie Gerritsen.

Seminars 2019

 

Seminars 2018

 

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