This year’s London Perl Workshop will be held on Saturday 12th November at Westminster University.
It’s free to attend and you can sign up here: http://conferences.yapceurope.org/lpw2011/index.html
The schedule isn’t up yet, but an update sent to the london.pm mailing list promises introductory workshops for programmers of other languages, updates on new Perl developments for current Perl programmers all the way up to advanced talks from world-renowned Perl experts.
11th-14th April 2011 – University College London
The conference will gather the current expertise in data integration and systems biology approaches to tackle four domains of research: cell cycle, cellular signaling, metabolism and stem cells.
A workshop will allow participants to practice various bioinformatics tools aimed at analyzing and integrating biological data
Proceedings of the Workshop on Semantic Web Applications and Tools for Life Sciences available online
Announcement from the Bioconductor Mailing List:
European BioConductor Developers Meeting
Midland Hotel, Manchester, UK
7th-8th January 2010
The meeting is aimed at active package developers and those who are interested in improving their BioC/R coding skills and contributing to the overall BioConductor project.
More details will follow shortly, but the meeting will feature a series of extended tutorials and workshops aimed at topics including genome-wide data management and handling next generation sequencing data, along with shorter flashlight presentations to introduce new packages and concepts.
So please add the dates in your diary and look out for a more detailed agenda and registration details, which will be on their way shortly.
We look forward to welcoming you to Manchester in the New Year!
Crispin Miller (on behalf of the organising committee)
Posted to the London Bioinformatics Forum mailing list:
The Chemical Biology Centre (CBC) is hosting an annual conference “London Chemical Biology Conference” on Monday 7th & Tuesday 8th September at the Institute of Physics, London.
Registration fee for the event is £200 (and student bursaries are also available to apply for), please refer to our website for more details:
Spaces are limited on this conference and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. Registration deadline is Friday 3rd July.