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Highlights from EMBL-EBI's Training Programme: Open Day in October, revamped training pages and a free webinar series.

EMBL-EBI Open Day takes place on 29 October. PHOTOS: EMBL-EBI

Open Day

If you want to know more EMBL-EBI’s freely available data resources, or if you’re looking for a career in bioinformatics, come along to the next EMBL-EBI Open Day on Thursday, 29 October 2015.

This is the perfect opportunity for early-career scientists to find out more about how EMBL-EBI can support their research, and to hear about the many career paths available in bioinformatics. This year’s Open Day features parallel sessions, including:

The event is free to attend, but places are limited. Make sure to register soon to secure your place!

New-look training webpages

The new EMBL-EBI training web pages make it easier for you to find our courses, webinars and online training. Thanks to the many users who helped us test these pages out over the past few months!

Webinars in bioinformatics (free, of course!)

Have you seen our free webinars series, launched earlier this year to bring you short training sessions delivered by trainers from across EMBL-EBI? These 30-minute overviews of the latest developments in EMBL-EBI’s public data resources are broadcast live, and made available for later viewing. The recorded webinars are available to watch anytime from our website and YouTube channel. Follow us on Twitter for updates.

Tags: Bioinformatics, EMBL-EBI, open day, Training

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