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September 2019

BePA introduction: What can proteomics do for you?

September 2 - September 5
Het Rustpunt, Ghent, Burgstraat 46
Gent, 9000 Belgium
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Many researchers use proteomics research as a tool, e.g. in medicine, veterinary sciences, bioengineering, biology, pharmaceutical sciences, ecology and even within art sciences. BePA is organizing workshops for these users. Building on the success of previous workshops, including the one at our BePA meeting 2018, a broad selection of proteomics experts from Ghent will go over the entire workflow from sample preparation, over data acquisition to data analysis. From 2 to 5 September, at Rustpunt , attendees will learn the…

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December 2019

Next-Generation Protein Analysis and Detection (3rd edition)

December 2 - December 3

A VIB Tools & Technologies conference After two successful editions (organized in June 2015 & October 2017) featuring each time ~300 attendees, we are pleased to announce the 3rdedition that will take place in December 2019. The ‘Next-Generation Protein Analysis and Detection’ conference will bring together top scientists from Academia and Companies with novel technologies in several sessions. New as well as recurring topics will be discussed: Analytical and Clinical Proteomics Protein Interaction Analysis & Design Single Cell and Single Protein…

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January 2020

January 13, 2020 - January 17, 2020
Hotel Storebælt Østerøvej 121 5800 Nyborg Denmark, Østerøvej 121
Nyborg, 5800 Denmark
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EuBIC 2020 developer's meeting The EuBIC developer's meeting is organized each second year by the European Bioinformatics Community (EuBIC), an initiative of the European Proteomics Association (EuPA) for user-oriented bioinformatics. This meeting aims at bringing together computer scientists and developers in the field of proteomics bioinformatics to discuss and work together in an open and constructive spirit. The program is split between keynote lectures and multiple hackathon sessions where the participants develop bioinformatics tools and resources addressing outstanding needs in the proteomics bioinformatics and user community.…

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