You’re invited to attend a series of live webinars this month, all about genomics, biodiversity, and the Darwin Tree of Life project!
Each Thursday at 4.30pm, researchers from the Darwin Tree of Life project will explore a different field in biology on Genomics Lite.
Go beyond Schools @ Darwin Tree of Life; put your questions to the experts and find out more about how genomics research contributes to understanding in the field.
The first event is on Thursday 17 June, 4.30pm-5.30pm. Reserve your place ❯
In the first session, you can hear about cutting-edge research and put questions to Dr Marcela Uliano-Silva, a bioinformatician working at the Wellcome Sanger Institute. She’ll be exploring how studying and comparing organisms of different species gives us an insight into their evolution.
This series runs each week until Thursday 8 July, with a new topic each week. See what future Genomics Lite talks will be about ❯
This is a great way to broaden your biology knowledge, learn about modern scientific practices, and it might help if you’re undertaking an EPQ. Plus, students who attend 2 or more sessions can request an attendance certificate!
See you there!
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