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CRI joint computational biology meeting

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This meeting is a forum for all computational scientists at CRI , regardless of which group you work in. And if you don’t work computationally yourself, but want to learn more about how computational research looks like, this is a place for you too.

The joint compbio meeting are held once a month in 215, on a Friday from 4-5pm. It will be either the first or second Friday of the month, always choosing a week that does not already contain a CB&G seminar.

In each meeting, one or two speakers present their work for 20-25mins followed by a short discussion (followed maybe by a longer discussion during CRISES ).

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