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  • eLife Innovation Leaders 2020

    1 February - 30 June 2020

    eLife Innovation Leaders 2020 https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/elife-innovation-leaders-2020 *eLife Innovation Leaders* is a 14-week mentorship and open leadership training programme designed for innovators developing open-source tools and projects for open research communication. Key takeaways: - A personalised experience with one-on-one mentorship - A shared co-learning journey - Theory and practice in project design, community engagement, and more - Opportunities to be supported beyond the programme The programme will take place between February and June 2020. We invite you to find out more and apply by December 8 here: [elifesci.org/innovationleaders](https://elifesci.org/innovationleaders) If you have any specific requirements to enable your participation, please don't hesitate to let us know through the application form or through email, we're happy to discuss potential arrangements. 2020-02-01 09:00:00 UTC 2020-06-30 23:59:00 UTC Emmy Tsang, Innovation Community Manager @ eLife [] Emmy at innovation [at] elifesciences [dot] org [] research software engineers and research data managers working with ELIXIR-supported tools and resourcestool authorssoftware developers, bioinformaticians workshops_and_courses [] Open scienceopen sourceCommunication
  • EMBO practical course on Integrative Modelling of Biomolecular Interactions

    11 - 15 May 2020

    Izmir, Turkey

    EMBO practical course on Integrative Modelling of Biomolecular Interactions https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/embo-practical-course-on-integrative-modelling-of-biomolecular-interactions Proteins and their interactions are the mainstays of any cellular process. Studying these interactions at atomic detail is invaluable, paving the route to a mechanistic understanding of biological function and providing the first essential step towards the development of new drugs. Because of the costs and challenges associated with experimental techniques, structural biologists often turn to computational methods. This course will present docking-based computational methods and related bioinformatics approaches, aiming at predicting how proteins interact with other biomolecules or ligands. Lectures will provide the theoretical background on state-of-the-art algorithms for sampling and scoring docking models, describe the use of low- and high-resolution information, and conservation- and coevolution-based interface prediction methods. Further, to broaden the scope of the course beyond protein-protein interactions, we will cover protein-peptide docking, data-driven molecular simulations, and other relevant topics in the field, including modeling of large assemblies and membrane proteins. Roughly half of the course wil consist of practical sessions where the students will run computations on interesting biological problems. Finally, to encourage interaction between all participants and stimulate discussions, students will be prompted to present their own research, both in flash presentations and poster sessions, and bring their own research problems to dedicated troubleshooting sessions. 2020-05-11 09:00:00 UTC 2020-05-15 18:00:00 UTC Alexandre Bonvin, Ezgi Karaca and João Rodrigues Izmir Biomedicine and Genome Center Dokuz Eylül University Health Campus Mithatpasa St. 58/5 35340 Balcova, Izmir/TURKEY, Izmir, Turkey Izmir Biomedicine and Genome Center Dokuz Eylül University Health Campus Mithatpasa St. 58/5 35340 Balcova, Izmir/TURKEY Izmir Balçova Turkey 35340 [] embo2020.intmod@gmail.com BrukerF1000 ResearchBioExcelEMBO Press [] 24 workshops_and_courses [] Protein-Protein Complex modelingmodellingDockingInteractions
  • Genome Annotation Workshop 2020

    13 May 2020

    Norwich, United Kingdom

    Genome Annotation Workshop 2020 https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/genome-annotation-workshop-2020 With the fast-moving pace of sequencing technology and the plethora of options available to you, it can be difficult to know which is the optimal platform for your biological question and therefore how to design your experiment for maximum return from your samples. Once you’ve got the data, how do you know if what you’ve got is good enough quality? We’ll take you through the latest developments in sequencing technology, identify common challenges in producing good RNA for sequencing, help you to understand what you can expect from your data and what you can do with it. 2020-05-13 09:00:00 UTC 2020-05-13 17:00:00 UTC Earlham Institute Earlham Institute (EI), Colney Lane, Norwich, United Kingdom Earlham Institute (EI), Colney Lane Norwich Norfolk United Kingdom NR4 7UZ Earlham Institute training@earlham.ac.uk [] Advanced PhD studentspost-docs [] first_come_first_served genome annotationNext Generation Sequencing technologies
  • Genome assembly using Galaxy

    14 July 2020

    Saint Lucia, Australia

    Genome assembly using Galaxy https://tess.elixir-europe.org/events/genome-assembly-using-galaxy-bfd44b56-d4a3-4863-a62b-e7656374a9a9 2020-07-14 09:00:00 UTC 2020-07-14 17:00:00 UTC QCIF The University of Queensland, Saint Lucia, Australia The University of Queensland Saint Lucia Queensland Australia 4072 University of Queensland Mark Crowe - mark.crowe@qcif.edu.au [] Postgraduate studentsPostdoctoral researchers [] [] Genome AssemblyDe novo genome assemblyGalaxyBioinformatics

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