Check in on Monday 30 March, 11:00 hrs.
The Radboudumc Technology Center (RTC) Bioinformatics was founded to organize bioinformatics as a technological resource, across the departments of the Radboudumc. The RTC aspires to create a broad bioinformatics community with accessible knowledge and shared resources. Now that everyone is working from home and has a little more time for the data analysis, we can assume that you might have some questions. With this in mind we would like to welcome you to our weekly open online office hours, where you may ask any bioinformatics related questions, big or small. We can help you with both experimental design, tool selection, questions about statistics and computer infrastructure. If we can’t help, we know someone who can!
Want to join? Contact Sander Bervoets (firstname.lastname@example.org) and you will receive an invitation for the online environment and/or dail-in number.
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Last Tuesday, the 8th floor of the RILMS building provided the stage for the Radboud Technology Center for Bioinformatics event titled “From -omics data to biological knowledge”.read more
Seventeen million euros for Netherlands X-omics Initiative13 April 2018
The Netherlands X-omics Initiative, led by Radboudumc, has received 17 million euros from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) as part of the National Roadmap for Large-Scale Research Facilities.read more