1. London BioGeeks 24/02/11: Spiros Denaxas, Univeristy College London

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    Perl cures coronary heart disease Spiros talks about how he is using Perl to wrangle data in medical research and epidemiology

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    • London Biogeeks 24/02/11: Will Spooner, Eagle Genomics part 2

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      Will Spooner, from Eagle Genomics (sponsors of the Biogeeks Christmas bash last year) presents some preliminary results of their bioinformatics community survey. The survey is ongoing - if you're a bioinformatician or a biologist who uses bioinformatics, please take 5 mins to fill it in: eaglegenomics.com/​survey

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      • London BioGeeks 24/02/11: Will Spooner, Eagle Genomics

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        Bioinformatics in the coming decade - are we prepared? Will Spooner, from Eagle Genomics (sponsors of the Biogeeks Christmas bash last year) presents some preliminary results of their bioinformatics community survey. The survey is ongoing - if you're a bioinformatician or a biologist who uses bioinformatics, please take 5 mins to fill it in: http://eaglegenomics.com/survey

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        • London BioGeeks 24/02/11: Nathan Harmston, Imperial College London

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          Identifying genes and proteins in text: a short review of available tools and resources Nathan gives us an overview of techniques and tools available for text-mining in bioinformatics.

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