Genomics Lite gives you further insight into genomics, biodiversity, and evolution from the people involved in the Darwin Tree of Life project.
In Session 2, Dr Michelle Strickland, a research and development scientist from Genome Generators, will be discussing sequencing the genomes of old and new samples. Michelle will share how she hopes to improve methods to extract high quality DNA from a range of organisms being studied in the Darwin Tree of Life.
Session 2 is on Thursday 24 June, 4.30pm-5.30pm. Reserve your place ❯
Put your questions to the experts and find out more about how genomics research contributes to understanding in the field. 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.
The sessions will run every Thursday until 8 July, with a new topic each week. Students who attend 2 or more sessions are eligible for an attendance certificate! See what future Genomics Lite talks will be about ❯
Missed last week’s Session 1? You can watch it here ❯