Tag Archives: Chris Quince

Workshop “Resolving Microbial Communities at Strain-level Resolution” a success.

At least, that was my distinct impression! As announced on the blog a while back, Nicolas Tromas, Pawel Sierocinski, Daniela Farina and myself hosted a workshop featuring talks and tutorials on cutting-edge metagenomic software aiming to progress from gene-based to … Continue reading

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Symposium Penryn 28-31 August 2018: Resolving Microbial Communities at Strain-level Resolution

I have the pleasure to announce a symposium/workshop to be held here at the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus 28-31 August focusing on strain-level resolution metagenomics. Metagenomics involves the high-throughput sequencing of random DNA fragments isolated from microbial communities, followed … Continue reading

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A Field Guide to the Bacteria?

I regularly check prolific blogger Jonathan Eisen’s website the Tree of Life, and lately have been thinking about his dream of producing a ‘field guide for microbes‘ (I limit myself to the bacteria). Like Jonathan, I make frequent use of … Continue reading

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