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March 22, 2007

NCBI Courses Offered at the U of I: April 4-5


The University of Illinois Biotechnology Information Center, a virtual branch of the U of I Library, and the Roy J. Carver Biotechnology Center are hosting the presentation of two NCBI mini-courses and an in-depth course on using the NCBI structure analysis tools. The three courses being offered are:

* Mini-course #6, EntrezGene Quick Start - April 4th, morning
* Mini-course #11, Microbial Genomes Quick Start - April 4th, afternoon
* Exploring 3D Molecular Structures Using NCBI Tools - April 5th, ~all day

The two mini-courses will be offered on Wednesday, April 4th; they are each 2.5 hours long. The structure course will be offered on Thursday, April 5th, and is 5 hours long.

To learn more about the courses and to register, please follow this link:
< http://www.library.uiuc.edu/biotech/NCBI_Spring_2007.htm >

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Prof. Katie Newman
Biotechnology Librarian, Biotechnology Information Center (BIC),
Acting Biology Librarian, and
UIUC Scholarly Communication Officer

Office: 123A Burrill Hall, MC-112
Email: florador@uiuc.edu
Phone: (217) 265-5386
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Posted by mmalliso at March 22, 2007 3:17 PM