Monthly Archives: May 2013

How do our students feel after two semesters of genome sequencing?

I interviewed our students on the last day of annotation on their impressions and take-home message from the two semesters of this class, from extracting the bacterial DNA to summarizing their annotation of a specific subset of the genome. The … Continue reading

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Highlights of our annotation: heavy metal resistance, lateral gene transfer, genomic islands, mega plasmids!

This was the last day of annotation for our students, where they had to write up their results. Next week, oral presentations of the results. In the meantime, I asked each group of 2 or 3 students for some highlights … Continue reading

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