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2nd June 2009

2nd June 2009, 12:30 PM
Location: Scottish Crop Research Institute (SCRI), Invergowrie, Dundee, DD2 5DA
Directions and transports options: see SCRi website
Parking: Main Car park at SCRI: turn right into car park at top of SCRI drive, by corner of first building; parking is free
Arrival: SCRI buildings are access controlled so you need to present at reception and obtain a visitor's pass. From the car park go to the front of the building on your left – the reception is there, and we'll come and pick you up from there.
Venue: New Seminar Room, E-Block
A buffet lunch will be provided between 12.30 and 13.00 – please fill in the form below.

Topic proposed by
Isilon systems - Methods for Managing Large and Rapidly Growing Data Stores in Life Science Research Environments, Rob Anderson, Life science manager, Isilon systems
Assembly of a novel fish herpesvirus genome, Derek Gatherer
De novo assembly of the plant pathogenic bacterium Dickeya dianthicola genome using high-throughput sequencing reads Leighton Pritchard, SCRI
Crop plant NGS sequencing projects at SCRI – the agony and the ecstasy, David Marshall
Assembly viewers, Micha Bayer
Second generation sequence data and Biopython (short talk) (slides), Peter Cock, SCRI

*Note: Please add to this table based on what you would like to present, or what you would like others to present at this meeting. For example, If you are starting to analyse 454 data, then you might want to see a presentation on the best workflows, assembly tools, and parameters.

Confirm name / Vegetarian
Micha Bayer
Derek Gatherer
Urmi Trivedi Yes
Dan Bolser Yes
Tony Travis
Shaun Webb
Leighton Pritchard
Corran Musk
Peter Cock
Daniel Barker
Olivia Mendivil
Richard Talbot
David Marshall
Paul Shaw Yes
Rob Anderson Yes
Maria Keays
Chris Janssen
David Ferrier
Chris Cole
Jon Manning Yes
Sanjeev Kumar Sharma
Rex Brennan
Frank Wright
David Martin
Glenn Bryan
Ji-Hyun Lim
Zen Lu
Ian Overton Yes
Ben Elsworth Yes
Peter Thorpe (SCRI)
Stephen Bridgett Yes
Le Yu

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