Biologists: how can you use new languages and mechanisms to share your work and collaborate with others here and overseas?
Developers: what role can Australia play in developing computational tools for biology and how can we make an open-source approach work in Melbourne and Australia?
Join a conversation with Mike Hucka, co-developer of SBML (Systems Biology Markup Language), who advocates an open source approach to science and standardised tools for data-sharing.
11am, Tuesday 20 August 2013
Level 7 Lecture Theatre - Walter and Eliza Hall Institute
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More details about the program and SBI Australia at: sbiaustralia.org