B3 2015, also known as the Big Biology and Bioinformatics Symposium, is coming to QUT Gardens Point again from 23-24 November. This year’s symposium will focus on integrating multiple ‘omics’ data sets to dissect complex problems in human health, plant biology and non-model systems. By bringing together scientists from diverse research fields, B3 provides unrivalled learning and networking opportunities.
Submit your abstract by 25 September 9 October
B3 2015 is now inviting papers based on data integration and how common principles, techniques, methods and technologies can be applied across transdisciplinary project areas. To be considered, submit your abstract (300 words) by Friday 9 October 2015.
Register now to secure your place
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