Mr. Steven Sewe, Msc Bioinformatics

 PROPOSAL TITLE:  CbpA GENE DIVERSITY IN STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE

 

 

  Msc Proposal Presentation

 

  Project title: CbpA gene diversity in Streptococcus pneumoniae

  Venue: CEBIB lecture hall

  Time: 1pm - 2:30pm

  Date: Friday  24th October 2014

  Presenter:  Steven Sewe

  Msc Bioinformatics

 

                  ALL ARE WELCOME

 

 



Location
CEBIB LECTURE ROOM
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On 30th September 2014, CEBIB conducted induction training for its newest members, the 2014/2015 first years.

This was done to familiarize them with their new learning environment.

 



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CEBIB was privileged to host Dr. Paul Drayton, who is the global cell biology lead within SYNGENTA on 25th September 2014.

He gave a talk on: THE USE OF DOUBLE HAPLOIDY IN SYNGENTA TO SUPPORT PLANT BREEDING.

The talk focused on the development of new technology for plant breeding that significantly shortens the period required to develop a wheat hybrid.

Two CEBIB students also presented their work on plant breeding.

 



Location
CEBIB LECTURE ROOM
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Location
Centre for Biotechnology and Bioinformatics (CEBIB)
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TOPIC: THE USE OF DOUBLE HAPLOIDY IN SYNGENTA TO SUPPORT PLANT BREEDING

 

SPEAKER: DR PAUL DRYTON

GLOBAL CELL BIOLOGY LEAD WITHIN SYNGENTA

HEAD OF CELL BIOLOGY FOR EUROPE, AFRICA AND MIDDLE EAST

 

Date/Time: Thursday, 2014-09-25 11:00am

Location / Venue: CEBIB SEMINAR ROOM

 

ALL ARE WELCOME

 

 

DR GEORGE OBIERO

CENTRE FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOINFORMATICS

UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI



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