BovReg will present a poster at the workshop “EIP-Agri und AKIS: So geht es weiter” that will take place in Hannover, Germany on September 7th-8th. Further information available here.
BovReg project will organize an onsite laboratory course on ATAC-Seq: data generation and bioinformatic analysis, to be held during 7th – 10th of November 2022 at the University of Limoges, France. The host is Veronique Blanquet and her group at ULIM. When registering at the form, applicants should include a brief motivation letter to justify their […]
BovReg project will organize an onsite laboratory course on: ATAC-Seq: data generation and bioinformatic analysis, to be hosted by Veronique Blanquet and her group at the University of Limoges, France. The course has been postponed to November, 7th – 10th 2022. The program will consist of a half-day of online lectures (Monday, Nov 7th), one […]
BovReg has been delighted to participate in the EAAP Webinar series with a webinar titled: “Novel genotyping solutions to consider trait-associated variants in animal improvement programs”. The webinar took place on March 15 from 2:00 to 5:00 PM CET. The full webinar is available on the official EAAP YouTube channel, accessible here.
Save the date! EuroFAANG virtual training course on best practice for submitting experiment and analysis data to FAANG
Upcoming EuroFAANG (https://eurofaang.eu/) virtual training course on best practice for submitting experiment and analysis data to FAANG! The free virtual zoom course will take place on Thursday 7th April 13.00-17.00 GMT, 14.00-18.00 CET, 07:00-11:00 CDT. The training is funded by the GENE-SWitCH (https://www.gene-switch.eu/) project, and will include demonstrations from the EuroFAANG Data Coordination Centre at EMBL’s European Bioinformatics […]
The FAANG Workshop will be held on January 7 (Friday), 2022 at Plant & Animal Genome XXIX Conference, in San Diego, California. During the workshop, Gabriel Costa from the University of Liège will also present the BovReg project. Further information is available here.
After 30+ years as a Beef Scientist with the Alberta government, John Basarab, a BovReg scientist, transitioned to UAlberta and Gentec to advance solutions to industry challenges. Find out here John’s interview on his new exciting career step!
EuroFAANG flyer is out! EuroFAANG is a joint activity among the three H2020 project AQUAFAANG, BovReg and GENE-SWITCH.
The workshop “Reproducible Genomics Workflows using Nextflow and Nf-core” organized by the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), a BovReg partner, took place on the 17th-20th of November. It has been a great opportunity for the animal genomics community to learn how to implement bioinformatics workflows following best practices in terms of computational reproducibility and interoperability […]
The BovReg advisory board member Brenda Murdoch from the University of Idaho has just started an interesting US project on the genome to phenome prediction in agriculture. The project is open to international input and its focus areas are: HT genotyping Workshops Data training It will also combine crop-related project partners and topics with US […]