For fourteen years the UCSC Genome Browser has been providing a visual display for genomic data from human and other organisms (now numbering more than 80). Serving nearly 200,000 different users monthly, the Browser has grown to be a collection of bioinformatics tools useful for many applications in biomedical research.
In August, Dr Robert Kuhn will be travelling round Australia running a series of workshops on the use and applications of the Genome Browser. These are open to all researchers, and suitable for all levels of experience from complete novice to experienced user. Workshops will be run in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide, with an Introductory and Advanced session to be held in each city.
Please follow the link for more details, including dates in each city: