Tag Archives: Chris Quince

SMBE 2019 Manchester

This week I attended the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution SMBE meeting held in Manchester. It was my first time at this meeting, and certainly will not be the last, as it had a very interesting programme and was … Continue reading

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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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