Genome Detectives Launch Event; join us to learn how to characterise bacterial variants and contribute to infectious disease research!
You can attend in-person at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, or online via Zoom. Please register for free tickets on EventBrite.
Join us for the launch of our new citizen-science project, where you can take a trip down a double helix (that’s DNA)! Become a Genome Detective and help us classify important features of genes from more than 100 disease-causing bacteria, and contribute to the prevention and treatment of infectious disease.
We will show you how anyone can be a Genome Detective – no prior scientific knowledge is required. You just need a computer, internet connection and some curiosity to start hunting through genomes!
This is a free ‘hybrid’ event, but you will need to register for both in-person or on-line tickets.
13 July 2022, 19:00 (Wednesday, 12th week, Trinity 2022)
University Museum of Natural History, Parks Road OX1 3PW
In-person, or online via Zoom
Speaker: Various Speakers
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