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This Specialization will give you rigorous training in the R language, including the skills for handling complex data, building R packages, and developing custom data visualizations. You’ll be introduced to indispensable R libraries for data manipulation, like tidyverse, and data visualization and graphics, like ggplot2. You’ll learn modern software development practices to build tools that are highly reusable, modular, and suitable for use in a team-based environment or a community of developers.
Biodiversity Genomics 2021
Date: September 27th - October 1st
Abstract Submission Deadline: July 30th
Join us at Biodiversity Genomics 2021 to celebrate success, explore challenges and look to the future of sequencing all life on Earth.
Biodiversity Genomics 2021 will bring together researchers across the world to celebrate our achievements in genome sequencing across the eukaryotic tree of life, explore current challenges and their likely solutions, and look forward to the coming decade of the application of genomics across the globe. With major projects starting to deliver data at scale, new tools for sequencing and assembling genomes becoming available, and increased awareness of the power of whole genome data in understanding organismal biology and ecosystem processes, Biodiversity Genomics 2021 promises to be a milestone in the effort to “sequence life for the future of life”.
Biodiversity Genomics 2021 will highlight data and aspirations from projects with global and local focus, defined taxonomic and all-species goals, and innovations in technology and understanding. We explicitly aim for inclusivity and diversity in the meeting. We will hear from invited plenary speakers, inspiring us with discussion of the current state-of-the-art in genome science across biodiversity, while focussed parallel sessions will showcase specific projects, highlight new findings and current challenges, and look to the future.
Ecological Society of Australia 2021 (In Person)
Date: November 22nd - 26th
Abstract Submission Deadline: July 23rd
In a post-covid, post-black summer world, at ESA2021 we will explore a renewal in our relationships with each other and with nature, as our land recovers from fire, drought and flood. The venue is the Darwin Convention Centre, set within the lush tropical setting of the Darwin Waterfront Precinct.
Please note that ESA2021 will be an in-person conference. All presenters are asked to attend the conference in Darwin as a full or day-delegate. The conference organisers are closely monitoring restrictions that may apply due to the COVID-19 pandemic and attendees can be assured that social distancing and hygiene precautions will be in place.
Quest for Orthologs Consortium
Date: August 2nd - 3rd
Abstract Submission Deadline: July 11th
The Quest-for-Orthologs (QfO) consortium is an open community of researchers interested in a diverse set of topics related to orthology inference. Focal areas include the development of algorithms, benchmarks and community standards, the distribution of orthology assignments via dedicated databases, but also applied analyses in a functional and evolutionary context. This free virtual conference will bring together scientists working on all aspects of orthology-related questions. There will be oral presentations held through Zoom and poster presentations that will occur through Gather.Town. We are currently accepting requests for both oral and poster presentations (abstract submission required). Scientists from all stages of their careers (PI, post-doc and graduate students) are encouraged to participate. Selections for presentations will be made based on the quality of the research abstracts. We hope that we will be able to see each other in person next year at the QfO7 in Frankfurt, Germany.