Tomorrow is the kick off of ABACBS2020 and we have three presentations from the lab:
- Stephanie Chen (PhD student): Unsupervised orthologous gene tree enrichment for cost-effective phylogenomic analysis and a test case on waratahs (Telopea spp.)
- Katarina Stuart (PhD student): Whole transcripts in genome assembly, annotation, and assessment: the draft genome assembly of the globally invasive common starling, Sturnus vulgaris
- Jack Clarke (Honours student): The role of gene duplication in the evolution of snake venoms
Plus, in collaboration with the Ganley lab at Aukland:
- Emma Macdonald: Is it a Mammal Thing? Determining When the Change in rDNA Unit Size Occurred in Amniotes
Do check them out if you are registered, and join them for a natter in Remo!
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