BIOTOOLS96 - Final call for registrations

peter murray rust pazpmr at unix.ccc.nottingham.ac.uk
Sat Oct 19 16:26:28 EST 1996

			Bioinformatics Tools, using Java	

			Final Registration for BIOTOOLS96

Explore the power of Object-Oriented programming in Bioinformatics, 
at your own pace in your own institution!

This 3 x 1-month virtual course in Bioinformatics software is starting on
Monday 21st October, but virtual registrations are being accepted until
the end of the week (October 27).  The three modules will lead you through
the basics of Java, to its current use in Bioinformatics and finally to
communal research projects in virtual teams.  A major emphasis later in
the course will be the use of distributed Objects, such as on Inter- and
Intra-nets. We are delighted to announce that a wide range of experts
throughout the Bioinformatics and virtual education communities has agreed
to act as consultants and include: 

Terri Attwood (University College, London)
Amos Bairoch (SwissProt, Geneva)
Phil Bourne (San Diego)
Michele Clamp (Oxford)
Jeroen Coppieters (EBI, Hinxton)
Audrey D'Costa (Globewide Network Academy),
Fergus Doherty (Nottingham)
Georg Fuellen (Bielefeld)
Kurt Giles (Weizmann & PDB)
Richard Kinder (SUN Microsystems)
David Livingstone (ChemQuest)
Andrew Lyall (Glaxo)
Alan Mills (Venus Internet)
Peter Murray-Rust (VSMS)
John Overington (Pfizer)
David Parry-Smith (Pfizer)
Andre Payne (Cyberdynamics)
Jaime Prilusky (Weizmann & PDB)
Henry Rzepa (Imperial College)
Marcus Speh (Globewide Network Academy)
Luca Toldo (EMBL, Heidelberg)
Joe Wang (Globewide Network Academy)
Lesley West (Virtual HyperGlossary)
Phil Williams (Nottingham)

Details of the course along with virtual registration for module 1 (100
GBP) and module 1+2 (300 GBP) can be found at: 

Peter Murray-Rust
Virtual School of Molecular Sciences, Nottingham University

Peter Murray-Rust (PeterMR, ) Director, Virtual School of Molecular Sciences
Pharmaceutical Sciences, Nottingham University, NG7 2RD, UK; Tel 44-115-9515100
Fax 5110 http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/vsms/; OMF: http://www.ch.ic.ac.uk/omf/

More information about the Bio-soft mailing list

Send comments to us at biosci-help [At] net.bio.net