RSG NL - YoungCB

Practical course in Biomolecular Modelling

From 19-23 October 2015, the AIMMS postgraduate “Practical Course in Biomolecular Modelling” will run, with hands-on tutorials and morning lectures by Wilfred van Gunsteren, Sereina Riniker, Daan Geerke and Chris de Graaf. Please check...

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Company visit at The Hyve

YoungCB organised a company visit to The Hyve on 3 Sept 2015. Around 20 young bioinformaticians from all over the Netherlands attended this successful company visit. The visit attracted a wide range of people from...

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BioCafé Wageningen

YoungCB organized another BioCafé on 22 June 2015 in Wageningen in collaboration with BioSB research school course “Quantitative and Predictive Modelling”. The BioCafé was held in the student café “The Spot” on the campus...

Samuel Beckett bridge at sunset in Dublin, Ireland. Photo by Giuseppe Milo (http://www.flickr.com/photos/giuseppemilo).

ISMB/ECCB 2015

The annual international conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (ISMB) is the major meeting of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB). Over the past 22 years the ISMB conference has grown to...

BioSB PhD retreat 2015

The RSG retreat 2015 preceding the Netherlands Bioinformatics and Systems Biology (BioSB) Conference 2015 was hosted in Lunteren, Netherlands, on 19 May, gathering 24 (PhD-) students and young professionals in bioinformatics and systems biology...

BioSB Course: Quantitative and Predictive Modelling

On June 22-26 2015, BioSB organises the first edition of the course Quantitative and Predictive Modelling. The main theme of the Quantitative and Predictive Modelling course is how to describe the dynamic behaviour of...

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BioSB 2015

Bioinformatics & Systems Biology conference The BioSB 2015 conference combines the annual Netherlands Bioinformatics Conference (NBIC) and the annual Systems Biology Symposium (SB@NL). Because of the great success of the NBIC conference format in...

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NKI Company Visit

On the 21st of April, we visited the NKI (Netherlands Cancer Institute) in Amsterdam to learn more about the institute and its research. The organized program (shown below), promised a nice overview of the different...