Jo and Simon reflect on the 2023 Hackathon.
Career paths are often depicted as a straight line. Academic ones sometimes as a pyramid. Jo shares more about her career patchwork as she find herself back at the beginning of her career - geographically at least!
A round up of this year's public engagement prize-winners and nominees.
In this blog series, we hear from some of the students on the Babraham Institute's 2021 Research Access Programme. In this article we hear from Anna; a Biochemistry student at Imperial College London.
The Cambridge Bioinformatics Hackathon is underway and already generating lots of ideas and solving bioinformatics-based problems. In this latest KEC blog, guest editor, Kevin Dialdestoro from Genestak, tells us what he is expecting from the event and why Genestak was keen to support this and (hopefully) future Hackathons.
Millie is an A level student who joined the Institute during summer 2017 to gain a few week's of experience of working in the lab. Each year we welcome a number of students from schools and universities to work on short-term project that help them to develop their skills and confidence in research. Here Millie explains how her placement led her to discover the complexities of Bioinformatics.
BI’s staff and scientists find many routes to share their knowledge and know-how, often creating networks or co-creating events in respective their fields. In this blog, Head of Bioinformatics Facility, Dr Simon Andrews tells us why he applied for KEC funding to establish the Bioinformatics Core Facilities group and how this group helps to develop his research interests.
Babraham Institute Bioinformatics Department has long since led the way when it comes to knowledge exchange; sharing best practice, tools, and codes in open source platforms. This year they are pioneering a new initiative.
Every summer the Babraham Institute welcomes sixth-form students into its laboratories for the four-week Nuffield Placement Scheme . Here, Austin See describes his experience in the Bioinformatics facility.