The dramatic increase in the efficiency of experimental methods in the life sciences resulted in an enormous amount of data. The research focus "Computational Life Sciences" aims at a clustering of the numerous activities related to the development and application of information technology in the life sciences. It also promotes inter- and transdisciplinary activities to establish new methods and technologies.
Seminar by Zlatko Trajanoski, Innsbruck Medical University, on Fri, Oct 13, 14:15 in Conference Room Ecology 2.241, UZA1, Althanstr. 14
Seminar by Martin Tompa, University of Washington, on Thu, Oct 4, 15:15 in Seminar Room Ecology 2.309, UZA1, Althanstr. 14
Seminar by Fabian Theis on Mon, Jul 9, 15:15 in HS4, UZA2, Althanstr. 14
Seminar by Dr. Pascal Braun, Technische Universitaet Munich, Mon Apr 23, 15:15
Seminar by Filipa Sousa on Mon, Apr 16, 15:15 in HS4, UZA2, Althanstr. 14
The 12th edition of the Spring School of Bioinformatics for Molecular Biologists will be held from 17th through 21th of March 2012. This year it will take place for the first time in Austria, very close to Vienna in Hainburg...
Seminar by Prof. Ines Heiland, University of Tromso, Mon Feb 25, 15:15 in Conference Room Ecology 2.241, UZA1, Althanstr. 14
The Young Investigators Day provides a platform for young students to present their work and the work of their groups in a stimulating environment. Its main aim is to connect young researchers in the broad field of computational...
Seminar by Korbinian Schneeberger on Mon, Feb 13, 15:15 in HS4, UZA2, Althanstr. 14
Seminar by Jose Pereira-Leal on Mon, Dec 19, 15:15 in HS4, UZA2, Althanstr. 14
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