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Daily Archives: May 31, 2014


Bioinformatics Workshop is Preparing us for the coming Medical Revolution -Professor Adebiyi

The just concluded Bioinformatics International Workshop that gathered scholars within and outside of the African continent to train, with the aim of solving African problems as it pertains to human health and hereditary challenges, has been hailed as a huge success. Professor Ezekiel Adebiyi of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences stated this during his evaluation of the five-week workshop. Read More>>>>


Covenant University hosts H3Abionet Postgraduate Workshop 2014

About 30 Postgraduate students and five resource persons from 12 countries of the world are currently participating in the on-going International workshop on Bioinformatics hosted by Covenant University, Ota.
The workshop which commenced on Monday, April 21, 2014 is slated for five weeks and will end on Monday, May 26, 2014.

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Postgraduate students from across the world who specialise in Biology, Computer Science, Medical Science, Bioinformatics among others and also resource persons from Computer and Information Science Department of Covenant University, South Africa, Canada, and Australia are exchanging ideas in a workshop sponsored by H3ABioNet (National Institute of Health).
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