BIO326: Genome Sequencing: tools and analysis

Using the latest technologies and computational strategies, this course will explore the different approaches used to recover and reconstruct genome sequences from various biological sources including prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, as well as complex microbial communities (i.e. microbiomes).

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BIN420: Bioinformatics for functional meta-omics

This course includes an array of contrasting tools to decrypt microbial communities, including those that assess community structure (metagenomics, predictive genome-reconstruction) and function (metatranscriptomics, metaproteomics). More information can be found via the NMBU and NORBIS websites

HFX407 Emissions and Microbiota: a path to sustainable animal production

Qualify the students to conduct, evaluate and discuss experiments and concepts in (animal nutrition) research related to feed digestion by microbial fermentation and emissions of methane, carbon dioxide and ammonia. More information can be here.

Genome Science Msc Program 

The Genome Science study combines the disciplines of genetics, genome biology, genome technologies, statistics and bioinformatics. More information can be found here.

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