Call for Paper: Inbix’2020

Bioclues.org, India’s largest Bioinformatics society enters 15 years in service when the organization has set up vision 2020 in 2015. The society has organized her debut onsite Inbix’17 conference in Jaipur during November 2017 and Inbix’19 in HMV, Jalandhar which were a huge success. Keeping in purview of the conference series, the next conference would be hosted at North Eastern Hill University (NEHU), Shillong, Meghalaya during April 16-18, 2020.  We, the Indian Conference on Bioinformatics 2020 (Inbix’20) organizers hope this opportunity will not only foster interactions and collaborations among practitioners but will also allow young researchers interact with the world leaders, who are among the top researchers in the bioinformatics and computational biology. While we spur on this annual event, the organizers  welcome all bioinformaticists across the world to take part in this august conference as North Eastern Hills awaits your presence. 

Seminar on Creativity & Innovation in Science Education, Perdana University, Malaysia

The Perdana University School of Foundation Studies will be hosting a series of educational events for academicians, teachers, coaches, instructors alike to improve their teaching methodology and be exposed to the latest innovations in education. The events are open to the public, and anyone from the education industry can attend!

The first in this series is a Seminar on Creativity & Innovation in Science Education where award-winning speakers from the Education Industry will refresh participants with invigorating and current thoughts in teaching and learning.

Bioinformatics Professional Registry

This registry aims to gather information on educators, researchers and enthusiast in the field of bioinformatics in the Asia Pacific region. This is not restricted to APBioNet members and thus open to any bioinformatics practitioner/enthusiast in the region. The database would serve as a gateway to connect bioinformatics educators, researchers, and enthusiasts to each other and also with the scientific community at large, addressing the needs of the field from the perspective of research, education and/or services. This registry will be made available eventually on the APBioNet website for public access.

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