CEBIB staff and postgraduate student interact with prospective clients during the University of Nairobi Open Day held at the Great Court on 28th - 30th April 2016. The event's theme was "Quality and Innovative Education to Sustain Industrial Growth."

The platform enabled the public to sample products, services and opportunities at CEBIB and other Units in the University.



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Great Court, University of Nairobi
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On 30th November - 5th December, 2015 CEBIB Lecturer and students attended a “Bioinformatics approaches for Next Generation Sequencing (NGS)” course hosted at the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE). The course was organized by ICIPE and TReND (Teaching and Research in Natural Sciences for Development in Africa) volunteers and comprised of participants from 45 universities across Africa. NGS analysis topics including de novo genome and transcriptome assembly, ChIP-seq and RNA-seq, rare variant calling and population genetics were taught. Other topics included introduction to R statistical programming language and software development concepts such as databases and version control. The main focus was on the use of freely available data and open source technologies, and encouraging open reproducible research. More information on the annual short course is available at;

http://www.icipe.org/index.php/news/971-bioinformatics-training-workshop-next-generation-sequencing-analysis-nov-30-dec-5-2015-icipe-nairobi-kenya.html

 



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Great Court, University of Nairobi
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Prof Tarlochan Singh Dhadialla (second right), who was recently appointed as an adjunct professor at the Centre for Biotechnology and Bioinformatics (CEBIB) had a fruitful visit to CEBIB in the month of December 2015 where he shared his experiences and held fruitful discussions with both academic staff and postgraduate students respectively.



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Great Court, University of Nairobi
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Sarah A.O. Wamwenje presents her thesis for an MSc. in Bioinformatics. Her project will focus on GENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF MULTI-DRUG RESISTANT TRYPANOSOME VARIANTS IN ENDEMIC REGIONS OF KENYA.

 



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LECTURE ROOM
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The streak-plate procedure is designed to isolate pure cultures of bacteria, or colonies, from mixed populations by simple mechanical separation. A colony, unlike a single cell,



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CEBIB GENERAL LAB
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