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The XII Symposium on Bioinformatics / XII Jornadas de Bioinformatica
Spain - Sevilla - Sevilla

Hosted by:Centro de Investigaciones Científicas Isla de la Cartuja (cicCartuja), Sevilla
Venue:cicCARTUJA (http://www.ciccartuja.es/en/home/)
Dates:Sep 21, 2014 through Sep 24, 2014

Call for Papers or Oral Presentations:2014-06-01 through 2014-07-01
Call for Posters:2014-06-01 through 2014-07-21
Travel Fund Apps:2014-07-01 through 2014-07-01
Event Registration:2014-06-01 through 2014-08-01
Early Registration Deadline:2014-07-01
Over the last decade, the Bioinformatics symposiums held in Spain, have received remarkable submissions from computational groups that have led to new biological discoveries. With the aim of encouraging the participation of younger bioinformaticians, this year’s symposium main theme is “Bioinformatics: The New Breed”.

A great need in the scientific community is for young scientists who are aware of, and trained, to use methods, tools and approaches that combine large-scale datasets in ways that address important biological questions. One of the main objectives of this meeting is to address exactly this need.

Through the submitted abstracts and selected published work we aim to identify promising scientists in this interdisciplinary field and promote their careers through presentations and interactions with leading scientists in the field.
This conference will be also coordinated with the Bioinformatics Networks of Portugal and Morocco and we will dedicate a Student session the first day of the conference.
twitter: #jbi2014
Additional Information
Event URL:http://www.bioinformaticsconference2014.org/
ISCB Member Discount:20 percent
Contact Person:Ana M Rojas ([javascript protected email address])

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